Osun Babes defender Patience Dike has hinted that her side has all it takes to do better when the new NWFL Premiership resumes.
The ‘Omoluabi Queens’ had a difficult season last year, picking just a point in six games, thereby narrowly escaping from relegation and the former Edo Queens left full back is Optimistic that her side will perform better next season.
NWFL Premiership side, Osun Babes FC.
” It is one thing to play well and it is another thing to win games. We have all it takes to be one of the best. She told thenwfl.com
” We need to work harder, play together as a team, score more goals and most importantly win games. We have to make huge strides to be among the best.
” I am glad we have some quality players this season and if we remain coordinated, we should do well.
“Absolutely poor season”, said Dike when asked about how the team faired last season in the NWFL Premiership.
” It was a very poor season for us, one we wouldn’t want to ever remember. The memories keeps hanging on my thoughts sometimes.
” We didn’t start well and had just few games to play. We fought hard at some stage, played well and thought we should win, but didn’t take our chances when we were to.
” We have learnt our lessons and hopefully, we would get it right next season. She concluded.