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Super Falcons jet out for friendly test against Canada

The NFF chieftains congratulated the Randy Waldrum-led Tremendous Falcons on securing their ticket to the 12th version of the Africa Women Cup of Nations (AWCON) in July.

With their male counterparts, the Super Eagles failing to secure a ticket to Qatar 2022, Amaju Pinnick and different NFF officers are conscious of the importance of the AWCON, which serves as a qualifying match for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup finals.

In a gathering communique made out there to Pulse Sports, the NFF management promised to offer the staff with the required support to make sure enough preparation for the competition.

On Tuesday evening, the Super Falcons team left for Canada, the place they are going to play a two-legged friendly match.

The Falcons will first play in Vancouver on April 9 earlier than the second leg of the encounter in British Columbia three days later.

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