May 22, 2024

By Chidi J. Myles

In the dynamic football scene of Port Harcourt, one coach is challenging stereotypes and seizing every opportunity that comes her way: Coach Victory Akaowo. Leading Dice FC through the twists and turns of the HEISCLINTON SUPER CUP Tournament, Akaowo’s unique approach to coaching has garnered attention and admiration alike.

With a team composed predominantly of male players, Akaowo finds fascination in the simplicity of communication. “You don’t need to talk much,” she explains. “They know what to do. My team just needs observations and is quick to make corrections. That’s what I love about the team.” It’s a testament to the mutual respect and understanding that exists between coach and players, transcending gender barriers on the field.

As Dice FC gears up for their semifinal clash against the formidable All Stars FC, Akaowo remains pragmatic yet hopeful. “Well, football is about time and chances,” she remarks. “And I hope my team will make use of the factors well to do justice to the All Stars FC.” It’s a reflection of her strategic mindset and unwavering belief in her team’s ability to rise to the occasion.

On the eve of the momentous match, all eyes are on Akaowo and her warriors as they prepare to make history once again. Join us as we witness the culmination of months of hard work, dedication, and a relentless pursuit of excellence. With Coach Victory Akaowo at the helm, anything is possible.

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