• Mon. Jun 24th, 2024

“It’s About Players Development,” Christopher Danjuma says.

Three games without a win for Nasarawa Amazons at the ongoing Nigeria Women Football League Premiership Super Six is worrisome for many lovers, but to the coach, that’s not what “matters most”.

Nasarawa Amazons’ coach, Pastor Christopher Danjuma is of the position that his team will keep fighting till the end.

While responding to journalists’ questions at the post-match conference of his team’s stalemate with Rivers Angels said his confidence in the team remains as towering as it was before the tournament.

“I don’t see any unbeatable team, that’s it. I tell you, we are here to fight to the end and that’s what we would continue to do.”

Nasarawa Amazons put up a sterling performance in the game with enough chances to win but had them fluffed. Expressing his feelings, the former Super Falcons handler said he’s not disappointed in her girls.

“I have a team I’m building, I’m not disappointed in the team. My players expressed themselves today. It’s about players development.”

“CAF (Champions League), yeah, it’s ultimate, but the greatest thing is developing the woman footballer.”

Nasarawa Amazons have struggled so far at the ongoing Super Six with just 2 points from a possible 9 and are yet to find the back of the net.

The Solid Babes will next face Edo Queens in the match day 4. The game will be held at the Samson Siasia stadium, at noon on Friday.

The Solid Babes will next face Edo Queens in the match day 4. The game will be held at the Samson Siasia stadium, at noon on Friday.

Photos: The NWFL

Audio: Jessica Amadi

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