New Zealand: We’ve No Plans To Play Super Falcons Super Falcons

New Zealand’s senior women national team will not play the Super Falcons in a pre-World Cup friendly match, a New Zealand official has told Goal.
Earlier in Febuary, the General Secretary of the Nigeria Football Federation announced the arrangement of two Grade A friendlies with Canada and New Zealand for Super Falcons ahead of the 2015 FIFA Women World Cup but the New Zealand’s High Performance Director, Fred de Jong, refuted the claims of the NFF saying that the country did not recieve such proposal and equally have no such plans.
“We are not playing to play Nigeria in a training match before the World Cup. We did not get ant proposal from Nigeria for such friendly,” Jong said.
However, media officer of the team Gracious Akujobi has said the Super Falcons will face WoodBridge female football club side’s in a friendly on Saturday.
Edwin Okon’s ladies have been paired with former champions USA, Sweden and Australia in Group D at the upcoming international showpiece scheduled to hold from June 6 to July 5 in Canada.