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NWFL Super 6: We Did All We Could, it wasn’t Enough – Nasarawa Amazon Captain

NWFL Super 6: We Did All We Could, it wasn't Enough - Amazon Captain

Emex Henshaw

Mary Anjor’s 90th-minute goal condemned two-time Nigeria Women Football League champions Nasarawa Amazons to their first defeat in the ongoing Super Six currently in Bayelsa.

Nasarawa Amazons were held to a goalless draw by Heartland Queens in their opening game of the Super Six. The Solid Babes headed into the game hoping to kickstart their quest to represent Nigeria on the continent.

ALSO READ: Bayelsa Queens Keeper Omini Calls for More Grit in Super Six Pursuit

Speaking after the game, the captain of Nasarawa Amazons, Mathias Josephine, said, “I’m disappointed we couldn’t get a goal despite the efforts by the team, and I feel very disappointed.” The midfielder, speaking further to NAIRASPORTS, also stated she will be in talks with the team on how to improve their performance. “I’ll talk to them both on and off the pitch in order to improve our performances,” she stated.

Mathias Josephine will be looking to ensure the team stays in contention in order to have a chance of moving to the next round.

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