Sule, a former Super Eagles utility player who has promised necessary support for his team to lift the trophy to justify the huge investment the state government expended on them.
According to the Sule; “This is the right time to repay the governor for his efforts made to reposition football in Kogi State, we have to make sure the title is ours at the end of the whole exercise. I know if you all are prepared, we can win it for Governor Wada.”
The Hummel Ambassador to Africa stated further on the chances of Confluence Queens edging others to the prestigious cup, admitting that its not an easy task, even though he believes its achievable.
“We have all it takes to compete with others for the title, all we need to do is remain focus and work very hard to clinched the trophy.”
“The likes of Rivers Angels, Bayelsa Queens, Nasarawa Amazons, Delta Queens, and Sunshine Queens are not a pushover, they are all good and experience sides when we talk about Women Football in Nigeria, but am optimistic we stand a very good chance just like others.”
The Wada Queens finished 3rd in group A behind Bayelsa Queens and Delta Queens to qualify for this year’s Nigeria Women League Super Six. While Rivers Angels tops group B followed by Sunshine Queens and Nasarawa Amazons.
Sunday 1st November is the arriving date for the competition in Umuahia, while teams are expected to know their opponents as the draws will be held same day by 6pm..