By Oyediji Oluwaseun Babatunde
Sports Writer, Kick442.com-Nigeria
Confluence Queens made it to the 2018-2019 Nigeria Women Premier League (NWFL) Super 4 for the first time in the club’s history but were defeated by eventual Champions, Rivers Angels 1-0 in the final.
Adoo Yina said that Confluence Queens will work towards moving a step further next season by winning the elusive Nigeria Women Football League (NWFL) Premiership.
“Next season, we aim higher.
We ended second last year.
This year we aim to be the best by winning the trophy.” She told kick442.com
Adoo is also in tandem and synchronization with the postponement of the league due to the outbreak of CoronaVirus (COVID-19) pandemic as she continues to keep fit indoors.
“I support the league postponement. It is to ensure that we are all safe and sound and to avoid the spread of COVID-19 pandemic at the stadium. With the present break, I do indoor exercise to keep fit.”
The Nigerian Under 17 Women national team (Flamingos) player, Adoo Yina asserted that the rebranding of the league with the new name and logo is a sign of improvement for the league.
“It is a great idea.
We are improving, so I see that as part of the improvement.”
“I would have preferred the round robin games next season, but that will be difficult for teams.
Especially individual owned teams so it okay with the abridged league.
It is also a good avenue for us to show our talent.”
Adoo Yina concluded by opining that Confluence Queens will surely make it out of Group A as their main target is to win the league.
“I see group A as an easy group for Confluence queens.
No team is to be underrated.
So the group is okay for us.”
Confluence Queens will start their 2019-2020 NWFL Premiership title challenge away to Sunshine Queens of Akure, Ondo State.
2020 Nigeria Women Premier League Draws.
Pelican Stars FC
Nasarawa Amazons FC
Sunshine Stars FC
Bayelsa Queens FC
Abia Angels FC
Confluence Queens FC
Dream Stars FC
Edo Queens FC
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