Ugbade sure Nigeria will beat Cote d’Ivoire for WAFU B U-17 final ticket | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

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Ugbade sure Nigeria will beat Cote d’Ivoire for WAFU B U-17 final ticket | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

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Ugbade sure Nigeria will beat Cote d’Ivoire for WAFU B U-17 final ticket | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Head Coach, Nduka Ugbade , has assured that Nigeria’s Golden Eaglets will go all out against their Ivoirian counterparts in today’s first semifinal match of the ongoing WAFU B U-17 Championship in Cape Coast, Ghana.

Both teams take to the pitch of the 15,000–capacity facility at 3.00 p.m. Ghana time (4.00 p.m. Nigerian time) before the second semifinal between hosts, Ghana, and Burkina Faso, at the same venue.“The match against Cote d’Ivoire is of high importance to us. In fact, I have reminded the players that this one is the biggest match of their lives. They must win to secure a ticket to the U-17 Africa Cup of Nations, and from there to the U-17 World Cup, and from there to several opportunities and possibilities.

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Both teams take to the pitch of the 15,000–capacity facility at 3.00 p. Hadda Maia will play Zhang Shuai in the final after the Chinese player came from behind to defeat Halep’s fellow Romanian Sorana Cirstea 4-6, 6-1, 7-6 (7/5) in this Wimbledon warm-up event.m. The NSCC DG noted that: “Rising life expectancy is a celebration; longevity is a blessing—#AgeingIsLiving—LiveToAge. Ghana time (4. The 26-year-old Haddad Maia needed a gruelling two hours and 16 minutes to see off 2019 Wimbledon champion Halep.00 p. The first person was Dr.

m. Halep, who did not defend her Wimbledon title last year (the 2020 edition was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic) after injuring her calf, suffered two heavy falls during the first set and twice received treatment on her right thigh. “Whichever way, population ageing has profound consequences for every aspect of individual, community, national and international life; positively or negatively. Nigerian time) before the second semifinal between hosts, Ghana, and Burkina Faso, at the same venue. “The match against Cote d’Ivoire is of high importance to us. The third set was a closer contest, with both players squandering a break before Haddad Maia edged ahead. In fact, I have reminded the players that this one is the biggest match of their lives. The President, Nigeria Union of Journalists, (NUJ), Comrade Christopher Isiguzo, underscored the need for the Federal Government to sustain the centre, urging the state government to key into replicating the centre in states so as to take care of the needs of the elderly. They must win to secure a ticket to the U-17 Africa Cup of Nations, and from there to the U-17 World Cup, and from there to several opportunities and possibilities. Cirstea was also 5-4 ahead in the ensuing tie-break before Zhang won three points in a row to book her place in the final. The stream of books and magazines like Geographical did not stop flowing.

“Whatever we have done here (beating Ghana and Togo) will not mean much if we don’t go all out and grab our ticket to the AFCON and to the Final. We will throw everything into the fray. Going forward it will make news and in turn address the challenge,” he added.” The Eaglets, five-time world champions, decimated Ghana’s Black Starlets 4-2 in the tournament opener and then eased past Togo’s Young Sparrowhawks 3-1 to finish as Group A winners. The Ivoirians finished as runners-up of Group B, dominated by Burkina Faso’s Young Etalons. Victory in the encounter will send the Eaglets into the final and with an opportunity to reclaim the WAFU B U-17 title they won in Niamey, Niger Republic four years ago. You have to possess one of those well-marked in multi-biro colors to appreciate an academic at work.

It also provides the Nigerian youngsters a revenge platform against the Ivoirians, who defeated them in the final of the same competition in Lome early last year. Both Nigeria and Cote d’Ivoire qualified for the Africa U-17 Cup of Nations from that tournament, but the event was cancelled as hosts Morocco developed cold feet with the COVID-19 pandemic still biting in some countries. Meanwhile, president of the Ghana Football Association, Simeon Kurt-Okraku, on Sunday visited the camp of the Golden Eaglets in his capacity as President of WAFU B region. He reminded the lads that Nigeria belongs to the top echelon of football-playing nations on the African continent, and has produced so many world-class players. He charged the boys to always adhere to the instructions of their coaches in order to grow, advance and excel in the beautiful game. God only knows such secrets.

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