The Super Falcons returned to winning ways at the 2014 African Women Championship in Namibia where they won all their games to clinch the trophy for the seventh time after two years of
relinquishing their strangle hold on the African continent. But the draw yesterday, suggested that they will have to do better than that to make an impact at the World Cup starting June 6 2015 in Canada.
The other African representatives Cote’d Ivoire have Germany, Norway and Thailand, while Cameroon will contend with Japan, Switzerland and Ecuador. Certainly, any follower of women football will conclude that the African teams have work to do.