Rivers Angels Turn Super Six Setback into Comeback Drive in President Federation Cup

Rivers Angels Turn Super Six Setback into Comeback Drive in President Federation Cup

Rivers Angels are fully set for a crucial showdown against Edo Queens in the round of 16 President Federation Cup, determined to turn their recent Super Six setback into a comeback drive.

Rivers Angels Turn Super Six Setback into Comeback Drive in President Federation Cup

Coach Whyte Ogbonda has expressed confidence in his team’s readiness to secure a victory later today.

He revealed that their preparations have been meticulous, and both players and technical staff are primed for the challenge ahead, Footballrover reports.

Despite a recent setback of not winning the NWFL league title, Ogbonda apologised and reassured that the team has put behind them the setback and promised to make it up to the good people of Rivers State.

We are disappointed that we couldn’t lift the trophy for the fans and good people of Rivers State; we know how they trusted us to bring the trophy back, but it didn’t happen,” the coach claimed.

The coach emphasised that they have learned from their mistakes during the Super Six and are ready to correct them when they face Edo Queens.

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The captain of the team, Catherine Kenneth, also shared the same view with her coach.

She expressed the entire team’s disappointment in not winning the league title but ensuring their readiness to win the President’s Cup.

We were not happy losing the league title, considering we got so close. It was in our hands, but it slipped from us,” she admitted.

Striker Alvine Dah-Zossu highlighted that, though the team failed to win the league title after their hard work, they have put behind them the pain and disappointment to focus on the Federation Cup.

With a record of winning twice and losing once against Edo Queens this season, the Jewels of Rivers will be looking to pay back their Benin counterparts in their won coin.

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