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Heartland Queens targets First NWFL trophy

Heartland Queens targets First NWFL trophy

Emex Henshaw

Heartland Queens’ Technical Adviser, Obi Obala, has stated that his team is looking forward to recording the first-ever Nigeria Premier Football League title (NWFL).

Obala disclosed to NAIRA SPORTS in Bayelsa after the draws, that the team’s first participation was a result of a target they set and achieved.

“This is the first time Heartland Queens is experiencing the Super Six. We gave ourselves the target of being in the Super Six, and we have achieved it,” he said.

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Heartland Queens will face Nasarawa Amazons in their opening game of the Super Six. “Nasarawa Amazons are our first opponents, and we’re ready to compete with the teams. I want to compete and represent Nigeria on the continent,” Obi added.

When asked about the tactics or philosophy the team will deploy in the Super Six, Obi explained, “The team is young, and the players want to make names for themselves. They’re going to put in their utmost efforts to see how far they can go in the competition and win the trophy.”

Heartland Queens ended the regular season with 24 points out of 42 available points, finishing 3 points behind Nasarawa Amazons, who they will face first in the playoffs.

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