Super Falcons Head coach, Eucharia Uche, has warned that she would not condone any act of indiscipline from invited players for the London Olympics football event qualifier against Cameroon.
She said in Abuja, that she and her assistants would not condone nor tolerate players indiscipline in training and warns any player who wants to play God to have a re-think.
"I do not believe any player is indispensible. No player can hold this team to ransom. No player is bigger than a team and so any player who thinks the team cannot do without her should have a re-think otherwise she will be left out," Eucharia said.
Meanwhile players of Sunshine Queens who were supposed to beat the deadline given by coach Uche have been given one day grace to report to camp as the team management pleaded with the coach for the extension claiming that they got the letter to release their players late.
Delta Queens striker Desire Oparanozie has promised to do her best to help Super Falcons qualify for the London 2012 Olympics.
Opararnozie, who hit camp on Wednesday night joined her teammates Thursday morning training, expressed disappointment at her performance at the just concluded Women's World Cup in Germany and appeals to Nigerians to put the World Cup behind them and give the team full support when they take on Cameroon in the Olympic qualifiers at the end of this August.
"I know Nigerians are sad about our world cup performance but i promise them that we will put smiles on their faces again by qualifying for the Olympics which will come next year. We are serious with our training because we will surely beat Cameroon" Oparanozie boasted.