Super Falcons The players having internet problems in Yaounde

The players could not get strong signals to browse on the internet from their hotel rooms in Yaounde.

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Super Falcons play The Super Falcons arrived Yaounde on Wednesday (CAF)
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Super Falcons players are having problems browsing the internet from their base at the Djeuja Palace Hotel in Yaounde, Cameroon.

The Super Falcons arrived Yaounde on Wednesday, November 30 ahead of their 2016 Africa Women’s Cup of Nations final against host Cameroon on Saturday, December 3.

Super Falcons play Super Falcons players were having difficulties getting signals to browse the internet (Instagram/Asisat Oshoala)

 

The players settled in their hotel rooms only to discover that they could not get strong signals to access the internet from the the comfort of their beds.

Super Falcons player play The Super Falcons sat outside their rooms, trying to get signals for internet (Instagram/Asisat Oshoala)

 

In a video shared on Instagram by Asisat Oshoala, the players are seen sitting on the floor outside their rooms trying to access the internet.

Super Falcons player play Super Falcons players came out from their rooms to get strong signals (Instagram/Asisat Oshoala)

Florence Omagbemi's side was also given a hostile reception when they arrived in Yaounde on Wednesday.

"Honestly, it was a terrible experience and we are disappointed. The environment was hostile and the LOC map out plans to frustrated us," a team official is quoted to say by Goal.

"They communicated our schedule to us which stated departure for 9am from Douala airport, we left Buea at 5.30am and the players couldn't sleep after a stressful match-day.

Super Falcons play Super Falcons players had a hostile welcome from Yaounde locals when they arrived on Wednesday (CAFonline)

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"They abandoned us at the airport and we waited for about six hours before the first batch could travel by air. The most shocking moment was how hostile the Cameroonians are at the airport.

"The second batch later travelled by road after a technical issue with the aircraft, we boarded and the flight started smoking. We have to run for our lives and travelled by road to Yaounde, we are disappointed.”

The Super Falcons and Cameroon beat South Africa and Ghana respectively by a lone goal to progress to the final of the 2016 AWCON.

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