By Oyediji Oluwaseun Babatunde
Sports Writer,

Adamawa Queens qualified for Super 4 during last season Nigeria Women Premier League (NWPL) for the first time in the club history. For the club defender, Sandra Johnosi, it was a great experience and priviledge for her to be part of the team that achieved such feat.
She disclosed this in an exclusive chat with 2019 Nigeria Women Premier League Journalist of the Season, Oyediji Oluwaseun Babatunde.

“It’s a great privilege to find myself among the players who made the unforgettable history for the state at large, despite the fact that we came 4th at the super 4, it was a dream achieved in the long run.
My target was to qualify for super4 for the very first time in the history of the club, indeed my dream was achieved with a great experience during the super4.”

Adamawa Queens finished fourth during the Super 4 after losing 2-0 to confluence Queens and 4-0 to Bayelsa Queens thereby conceding 6 goals without being able to score.
Sandra sees this performance as the will of God. She also seized the opportunity to laud the performance of Mrs. Aisha Falode led Nigeria Women Football League board.
“I see it as a will of God or our best was not really enough during the Super 4 tournament.
I will rate the board management of the women league with 68% because they have really done well in improving our league with no more home team must win, my profound gratitude goes to the chairperson ( miss Aisha Falode) for bringing out the best in the Woman league with much to be done because her full focus is to see Nigeria women league being the best in Africa at large and I pray that God will grant her more wisdom nd strength to carry on dis great assignment
My advice to the board management is to keep doing the good work the have started so far.”

She concludes with her expectations and future prospects.
“In five years to come I pray for better contract and hope to see myself in the national team as a regular player with Super Falcons.”

Sandra Johnosi was an integral part of Adamawa Queens defence that conceded one goal in six regular season games during last season Nigeria Women Premier League helping her club qualify for the Super 4 for the first time in the club history.


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