Rivers Angels FC says it hopes to retain the Nigeria Women Football League (NWFL) back-to-back despite string of draws in the first stanza of the season. Edwin Okon, Technical Adviser of the club, said in Port Harcourt today that they will work hard to retain the title when the second round of the league begins on June 7.
The club played six matches in the first stanza; won three and drew three. Okon in a statement, said despite the team’s failure to win all the matches, he is satisfied with his girls’ performances. He however says a huge task awaits the ‘Jewels of Rivers’ in the second round.
Rivers Angels will kick-start her second round of the NWFL when they play Bayelsa Queens on June seventh in Nembe.