'It was not a bad game' - FC Robo's Orobosa not disappointed despite draw

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The tactician has refused to blame his ladies for failing to punish Ann Chiejine's ladies during Wednesday's Nigeria Women's topflight clash

FC Robo Queens head coach, Emmanuel Orobosa believes his side’s performance in their 0-0 draw against Abia Angels in Wednesday’s Nigeria Women Football League encounter was a fair one.

The hosts had couple of clear-cut chances but could not convert them as Ann Chiejine’s ladies return home with a point.

According to the Golden Queen’s proprietor and handler, the side played to the best of their knowledge – having in mind that they picked a point in Abia Angel’s home.

"It was not a bad game, and I believe it is one of those things,” Orobosa told Goal.

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"I really don't know what went wrong because they performed better than this during training yesterday [on Tuesday], but one thing I know is that one cannot predict what will happen in female football.

"I’m not disappointed in my girls at all; at least we also went to their home ground and picked a point  too, so we just have to start preparing for our next game after we must have corrected our mistakes and approach the next game as it comes."

 

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