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NWFL: Amazons won’t beat us twice – Heartland Queen’s winger, Orji

NWFL: Amazons won't beat us twice - Heartland Queen’s winger, Orji

Heartland Queens striker, Chinwendu Orji is 100 percent confident that her side will not be beaten twice by the visitors and former champions, the Nasarawa Amazons.

The Owerri mainstreams will welcome their counterparts from Lafia in Wednesday’s NWFL Premiership matchday 10 table-topping game at the Dan Anyiam Stadium in Owerri.

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The first-time-ever NWFL Premiership not-nicely-done matchup at the Lafia City Stadium between the sides ended with one unreplied goal in favor of the Lafia landladies.

Orji, who promised to make Imolites proud with her goals, however, insisted that the reverse fixture clash affords her side a wonderful opportunity to pay back the visitors in their own coins in the hostility on Wednesday.

“We can’t allow them to beat us twice, the first loss to them was a mistake but this time around they cannot defeat us, we are damn ready to make the necessary amendments to guarantee victory.

“Of course, we know that they lead our group at the interval but we equally know that a victory will see us climb back to the top, so that is a huge motivation on our part to ensure we leave no stone unturned enroute to collecting the maximum three points right here at our backyard on Wednesday.

“Again, I know a lot will depend on us especially the attackers to come up with our best game, I am more than ever ready and prepared to score aimed at ensuring victory for my team and the entire Imolites. I want to make Imolites truly happy and proud with my goals come on Wednesday.

“First and foremost our target is outright victory, and then the number of goals just be rest assured that we will not miss any chance at goal. At least, we will aim at two unanswered goals,” said the former Edo Queens’ sleek sharpshooter.

The lone goal heroine in the ongoing season assured her teeming fans of more goals in the remaining five matches on the calendar.

“I just have a goal so far to my credit due to the fact that I didn’t have much playing time in the first term, but now my game has picked and I am in the thick of things so be rest assured that I will record more goals in the five remaining matches, My fans should relax as the goals will come in numbers,” said the petite lethal finisher.

The fleet-footed attacker is of the firm belief that her side will be a participant in the season’s prized dream, the NWFL Premiership Super Six.

“Of course, Super Six is a sure participation for us, it’s non-negotiable. We are uncompromising about it, we will be there,” said Orji.

The Owerri side are second on the keenly contested eight-team Group A log, 15 points behind the leaders and visitors, the Nasarawa Amazons.

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