By Oyediji Oluwaseun Babatunde
Sports Writer, kick442.com Nigeria
The former Confluence Queens player, Lola Philip says Nasarawa Amazons will recover from their three consecutive defeat when they host Delta Queens on January 6, 2021, in their next game.
“I just believe we are coming back in our next home match with a victory. Total victory means we are getting our three points.” Lola told www.kick442.com.
Lola Philip started her career with Makwada Queens in 2005 before playing for the likes of Delta Queens (2008), Adamawa Queens (2010), Confluence Queens (2011 and 2015), Rivers Angels (2013), and Sunshine Queens (2018).
The Nasarawa Amazons forward shed light on the herculean nature of mixing academics with her football career.
She said: “I started from my Secondary School called Gray’s college in Kaduna. When I was schooling, it was not easy. I thank God and Confluence Queens of Lokoja, Kogi State.” She concluded.
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Amarachi Okoronkwo’s goal for Nasarawa Amazons couldn’t rescue her side from another defeat as Bayelsa Queens added salt to Amazons’ injury with a 1-2 win against them in their second league game.
Winifred Eyebhoria scored the solitary goal as Confluence Queens contributed to Nasarawa Amazons’ third straight defeat of the season.
The Lafia based Club will host Delta Queens in their next game at Lafia Township Stadium, on January 6.
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