After two near misses at winning the AITEO Cup titles, Confluence Queens manager, Whyte Ogbonda, is optimistic of winning something this time around as his side finally reached the NWPL Super 4.
Ogbonda joined the “New direction” Ladies in December of 2018 and has been instrumental to the team’s success, including reaching the Quarter-Final of the AITEO Cup where they lost to Ibom Angels.
Speaking with Thenwfl.com, the former Rivers Angels assistant coach is optimistic that his side will finally win something when they play at the 2019 Super 4.
“It was indeed a difficult route qualifying for the prestigious NWPL Super 4. All through the season, I kept telling my players to believe in themselves.
“The league is tougher now and playing at the Super 4 this year means we have achieved something beautiful, but we aren’t satisfied, and just like the proverbial Oliver Twist, we want more. He told Thenwfl.com.
“I won so many trophies as assistant coach with Rivers Angels, got to two AITEO Cup finals as Head Coach with Ibom Angels, but failed to win. Winning the league here means everything to me and that’s what we are working towards. He concluded.