Super Falcons foreign based forwards Desire Oparanozie and Francisca Ordega have said that the players will use the forthcoming African Women Championship (AWC) to redeem their image.
The former Delta Queens and Rivers Angels strikers who ply their trade in France with En Avent De Guingamp, France and Pitea IFF, Sweden expressed joy at re-uniting with their national team mates for the AWC.
Oparanozie said she almost lost hope because her club did not want to release her but expressed happiness that she has finally joined the team and she is rearing to go.
“My club almost did not release me because of the matches we have to play in the league. I am happy that they released me and I am finally here to join my team mates to help Super Falcons do well at the AWC and reclaim the trophy”
Ordega on her part said she is delighted to join the team after her two years absence.
“I am happy to be back to the Super Falcons for the AWC after not being part of the team for the last championship in Equatorial Guinea.
“My club in Russia stopped me then and the same thing wanted to repeat itself now but I bluntly refused”
“I am happy to be here now, I promise to put in my best to see that Falcons reclaim the AWC trophy and bring back the glory days to Super Falcons”.
The duo arrived camp Tuesday night from their bases in France and Sweden.