By Oyediji Oluwaseun Babatunde
Sports Writer, kick442.com Nigeria
Coach of Adamawa Queens, Jacob Vandi says the relegation of her side from the Nigeria Women Football League (NWFL) Premiership to the Championship is a blessing in disguise, www.kick442.com reports.
The gaffer who guided Adamawa Queens to their best finish in the NWFL Premiership when they finished fourth in the 2018-2019 Super 4 opined that his Club relegation might be the beginning of good things to come for the team.
“There might be something that God is preparing for us. This might be a blessing in disguise for Adamawa Queens and the players. We will continue to encourage the players to be patient and we will see what God can do through us this season.” Jacob Vandi told www.kick442.com.
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The NWFL announced the relegation of Adamawa Queens alongside Heartland Queens to the Championship after both clubs failed to meet up with Club licencing deadline and registration ahead of the 2020/2021 league season.
Coach Vandi expressed his sadness about the development stating that it has truncated his big plans for the season.
He said: “I am so sad about this development. Last Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) season, I was with Adamawa United before coming back to Adamawa Queens with programmed training regiment for the players ahead of the season which was truncated by this news of our relegation.”
Adamawa Queens will now play in the NWFL Championship (second-tier league) after their relegation from the top flight.
Jacob Vandi guided Adamawa Queens to the Super 4 in the course of the 2018/2019 NWFL Premiership season but finished fourth after defeats to Confluence and Bayelsa Queens.
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