Ruth David, who is the head of Women Football, Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), has expressed confidence that the Super Falcons will beat Cameroon again and win this year’s African Women’s Cup of Nations.
The Falcons have qualified for the final of the competition, where they will face the hosts on Saturday.
Ruth told the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja, that Florence Omagbemi’s ladies can defeat the Cameroonians, just like they did in the 2014 final in Windhoek, Namibia.
“The Falcons have done it before and I am confident that they will do it again. We will beat Cameroon for the second time,” she said.
She congratulated the team for coming this far in the tournament, saying: “I want to congratulate the team for reaching the final of the event and for not conceding any defeat so far.
“This shows that our ladies are a force to reckon with when it comes to football in Africa.
“Right now, we are concerned about winning the title again.
“They should not be distracted because Cameroon is the host team. They should play their game well.”