AWC: We ‘ll put in everything against Nigeria,says Kenya coach

AWC: We ‘ll put in everything against Nigeria,says Kenya coach

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PIC. 6. SUPER FALCONS OBSERVE 'A MINUTE SILENCE' IN HONOUR OF THE TEAM'S MEDIA OFFICER, LATE GRACIOUS AKUJOBI, BEFORE THE RIO 2016 OLYMPIC QUALIFIER BETWEEN NIGERIA AND EQUATORIAL GUINEA IN ABUJA ON SATURDAY (18/7/15). 5432/18/7/2015/BJO/NAN

After losing the second game against Mali in the African Women Championship in Cameroon, Kenya coach, David Ouma, has vowed to play Nigeria’s Super Falcons with everything in his disposal.
Kenya lost 1-3 to Mali on Wednesday after recording a similar 1-3 deficit against the Black Queens of Ghana in their first game.
“We are the first casualty and have not met our target in our maiden appearance at the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations. We wanted to be in the semi finals. The game was a simple analysis. We got a chance, fail to score; Mali gets same chance and they score. We got good chances to score but fantastic goalkeeping from Kenya denied us. Sometimes you need luck in a game. Our aim is to take the most from every game. We still have a game against Nigeria and there is nothing like resting key players. The players who are fit will play against Nigeria. We have to throw in what we have in the last game,” he said.
Also speaking after subduing Kenya, Oumar Guindo, Mali coach, raised the hope of qualifying for the second round with the last match against Ghana.
“Our performance in the first match was catastrophic and I congratulate my players for bouncing back in style. I promised that the second match was going to be surprise for all and you saw it. Expect another surprise in the next match against Ghana. The players were very motivated and played very well. Our objective is to qualify to the next round and if we beat Ghana, we can achieve it,”he said.

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