Super Falcons’ coach, Thomas Dennerby has reflected on his team’s performances so far at the African Women Cup of Nations in Ghana, and declared that they will keep improving with every match.
Rather than feel cowed by their opening group loss to South Africa, the Swedish soccer tactician said he cannot afford to be depressed, because that would affect his players’ performances.
Consequently, footballlive.ng can report that Dennerby is thinking positive all the way and set his sight beyond Saturday’s last group match against Equatorial Guinea, as he believes his side have what it takes to be champions again.
Dennerby promised to keep rolling out winning plans for the side and that he will keep following his targets, which he says depends on his ability to psyche his players up in the best way possible.
“If the players feel they have a stressed coach it will probably affect the players. So, don’t get stressed, keep on walking and following the plan.
“We have trust in what we are doing and we keep on doing it better and better each day. We will probably improve as the tournament went on and I think that is what is going to happen.
“The Falcons will get better and I hope we keep improving ahead of the semi-finals,” Dennerby concluded.