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Sabo Okala Hails Confluence Queens Fighting Spirit Against Heartland Queens in Owerri


Confluence Queens Fc shares spoil against Owerri-based side NWFL in MatchDay4 encounter with scintillating performance on the road.

Technical adviser of Confluence Queens FC of Lokoja Sabo Okala applauded and hailed his side for the excellent team spirit in the goalless draw against Heartland Queens in the NWFL match Day 4 and called for the same character in subsequent games.

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The Yahaya Bello’s Ladies come to this game in high spirits after defeating Adamawa Queens and Royal Queens consecutively,

After the match, Okala congratulated his players and members of the coaching staff, thanked the fans, and promised that more was to come. “Ultimately, you never leave satisfied if you don’t win, but there is always a margin improvement.” He said

“All the mistakes noted in the encounter will be corrected before the next match,” Okala concluded.

Mrs. Tosin Olorunleke Ojo, the team manager of Confluence Queens, who also applauded and commended her team after the game, said, “We are not here to settle for a draw; we don’t want a draw, we want to win.” “The game has gone; the focus should be on the next game against Abia Angels.”

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“The Lokoja landladies had the matchDay4 clash under control for most of the game but were unable to hit the target for their efforts.” She stated

Confluence Queens have picked up 8 points from their first four games of the 2023/2024 NWFL season.

Coach Sabo Okala’s side will welcome Abia Angels in the Match Day 5 fixture at their adopted home ground, Uzaiure Iyamoh, Edo State, on Wednesday, Dec 13, 2023,

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