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Ex-Falconet Adule sees Germany defeat as act of God

Published by Daily Trust on Wed, 27 Aug 2014


A former Falconet and Biik FC of Kazakhstan striker, Charity Adule has described Nigeria's recent defeat in the hands of Germany in the finals of the 2014 FIFA Women U-20 World Cup as an act of God.While consoling the players in a chat with Daily Trust, the player said it was the will of God that the Falconets should lose again to the Germans.According to him, the Nigerian girls overwhelmed their opponents in all departments of the game but since it was destined by God for them to lose, they could not convert the chances that fell to them.She therefore charged the Falconets to accept the will of God and think about the way forward in their chosen career.Adule who has scored 23 goals in 16 appearances for Biik FC maintained that if most of the girls do not rest on their oars, they would naturally form the bulk of the next Super Falcons.'I am not too disappointed with the result of the match. In every contest, there must be a winner. It was destined by God that Germany would beat us again.'The Falconets overwhelmed the Germans but it was necessary for the will of God to prevail. I don't think anything would have changed the will of God.'I want to encourage them to keep working hard. Some of them can still play in the next U-20 World Cup like I did in 2010 and 2012. Moreover, the next squad of Super Falcons should be built around players like Asisat Oshoala who shone like a million stars in Canada,' she advised.
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