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We won’t allow 0-9 loss dampen our spirit, coach says



Joseph Josiah, Head Coach of Joty Sports Queens Women Football Club, says their 0-9 loss in the final match of 2022 FCT FA Cup competition will not draw them back.

Josiah told our correspondent on Thursday in Abuja that they were going back to the drawing board to fix their mistakes and become a better side.

Our correspondent reports that Joty Sports Queens Women FC of Abuja lost to Nigeria Women Football League (NWFL) Premiership side Naija Ratels WFC of Abuja on Wednesday.

“We must first acknowledge that my players fought hard even though they lost the match. But they lost the game to a well-experienced team.

“Now, we will go back and adjust our game and work more on the players to ensure that we fix our mistakes,” Josiah said.

He assured that they would not concede such a defeat in the national competition, the 2022 Aiteo Cup competition, where they would be representing the FCT soon.

“We are going back to rebuild the team and we will return a better side,” Josiah said.

Our correspondent reports that only Naija Ratels FC and Joty Sports Queens FC took part in the 2022 FCT FA Cup competition which ended on Wednesday.

Both teams will now go on to represent the FCT in the Aiteo Cup competition.

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Georgina Adegbie

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