Osun Babes forward, Joy Omewa, has insisted that she and her teammates are preparing for perhaps the biggest game of their lives as they battle against relegation.
The ‘Omoluabi Queens’ will slug it out with league debutant Kaduna Queens in one of the Nigeria Women Premier League relegation play-off matches on Wednesday at the FIFA Goal Project pitch, Abuja by 1pm.
In an interview with thenwfl.com, the young forward confessed that they aren’t happy with the position they found themselves, but will definitely put it behind after winning against the ‘Crocodile Ladies’ on Wednesday.
“Its a big game for us and perhaps the game of our lives. The fans will never forgive us if we fail to come back with a good result. We know how passionate and loyal the Osun Babes Fans are and that’s just what really motivates us.
“My teammates and I don’t want to ever be in the bad books of history of the club. We don’t want people to look back and say I was part of the players that took the team to the second tier league.
“Osun Babes is a club with a lot of rich history and background. It is a club that encourages young players and we want to keep pushing till the end. She told thenwfl.com.
She continues: ” We have great respect for our opponent and understands they did better than us in the league proper. We are aware of that and we would take caution, but that won’t stop us from being the better side on Wednesday. She concluded.