Onome Ebi, the captain of the Super Falcons of Nigeria, has refuted recent rumors of a potential boycott by the team ahead of their highly anticipated opening game against Canada in the 2023 Women’s World Cup.
In an exclusive interview with NFF.TV, Ebi dismissed these false reports and reassured fans that the team’s focus has been solely on their intensive training camp in Gold Coast, Australia, as they prepare for the prestigious tournament.
Expressing surprise and confusion over the allegations, Ebi clarified that the players have never entertained any discussions about boycotting the event.
She emphasized the team’s unwavering commitment to training and their eagerness to compete on the global stage.
Ebi further revealed that the Super Falcons are in exceptional form, exhibiting a positive mindset and readiness to take on any challenges.
The training sessions have proven highly effective, both physically and tactically, demonstrating the team’s dedication and determination.
Placed in Group A alongside strong opponents such as Canada, Australia, and the Republic of Ireland, the Super Falcons aim to make a resounding statement in the inaugural 32-team FIFA Women’s World Cup.
With their training and team spirit at an all-time high, Nigeria is determined to secure their place in the knockout stages and showcase their prowess on the global stage.