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SL10 Chats To Chioma Wogu

The Professionals: SL10 Chats To Confluence Queens Striker Chioma Wogu

By SL10 - Nov 13, 2014 09:08 AM
 SL10 caught up with Confluence Queens Striker, Chioma Wogu.
SL10: You were part of the Super Falcons team that qualified for the 9th African Women's Championship, but was dropped at the home stretch, what does it feel like?
Wogu: It was a great honour to be considered to impress in the camp filled with big girls. My gratitude goes to Coach Edwin Okon for the rare chance. I'm also using this medium to congratulate the team on the success achieved in Namibia. Kudos to the entire coaching crew and playing personnel.
SL10: As a Confluence Queens player, what has it been like playing for the team?
Wogu: I'm very happy playing here, because there is no pressure. The financial motivation from the State Governor and Chairman has been great. I will always give my best for the team.
SL10: On a personal level, how will you rate your performance in the maiden Nigeria Women's Premier League season?
Wogu: It's God. I'm dreaming to go higher in the round leather game. I hope to make a name in the youth teams. I want to emulate Chinwendu Ihezuo and Asisat Oshoala in the age grade level.
SL10: Do you have any fear coming up against some of the big names in the game?
Wogu: I must confess it's not easy coming up against the senior players. I'm always happy playing against them. Coming up against the matured players gives me confidence and I always relish it.
SL10: What areas do you think Confluence Queens needs to improve on?
Wogu: We have a good team, but we need to take our chances on the final third. This message goes to my fellow attackers, we need to score goals.
SL10: What accounted for ouster of the Wada Queens in the 2014 Federation Cup?
Wogu: We weren't lucky against Sunshine Queens. That's football, you can't really predict the outcome.
SL10: How many goals have you scored in the Premier League?
Wogu: Six goals. I hope to score more.
SL10: How has life been like for you?
Wogu: I thank God for my life. I still maintain my ambition of going back to school. I hope the future brings good tiding for me.
SL10: What is the your advice to the football authorities?
Wogu: We want more support from them to do well. Let them continue to motivate us to do more.
SL10: You also sing, how do you cope combining football with entertainment?
Wogu: (Smiles). It's God. I am speechless and don't know what to say. For me singing is a talent from God, I like it with all passion.
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