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U-17 WWC: No shame losing to Colombia, we’ll fight for bronze – Flamingos boss, Olowookere

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Flamingos head coach, Bankole Olowookere, has nothing however reward for his gamers following their defeat towards Colombia on the 2022 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup on Wednesday.

The Flamingos misplaced the semi-final encounter 6-5 on penalties and can now fight for the third place towards Germany on Saturday.

It was the primary time the Nigerian ladies would make it to the semi-final of the competitors, they usually might finish the competitors in fashion by beating the Germans

“They’ve done well, we made it to the semi-final, and our opponent were strong as well, it was a tough match, i always tell them that the more you go in the competition the harder it becomes, they are a tough opponent,” Olowookere mentioned in a brief video posted on the Super Falcons Twitter deal with.

“Even people who missed penalties are our specialists; that’s the recreation of penalties.

“They gave their all, anybody can miss penalty. They can’t be crucified, they did their finest.

“We will give them time to rest, then we will come up as parents and talk to them, psyche them up and make them believe that all is not lost, we still have the third place to play for.”

U-17 WWC: No shame losing to Colombia, we’ll fight for bronze – Flamingos boss, Olowookere

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Author: Mike Oyebola

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