By Rachael Ugiagbe
Confluence Queens defender Oluwakemi Abiodun, has said she felt good after winning the Most Well-Behaved Player of the Year, in the club’s maiden season awards ceremony.
“Well, I felt good when they announced my name as the Most Well-Behaved Player of the Year 2015. Although, I’m not the only disciplined or calm player in the team, because Confluence Queens as a whole is full of discipline players.
“But as you know everybody can’t be the same, that’s why they used ‘The Most’, to differentiate between me and the other players,” an excited Abiodun said.
When asked about her team’s preparations towards the upcoming Nigeria Women Football League [NWFL] that has been billed to kick off on February 20, the defender said that the team is good to go as they have set a target of winning the League and the Federation Cup.
“We are ready for this season, because the league will be tougher than last year. So we are preparing well for it, this year we most get something from the league and the confederation cup.”