“We are fully prepared and that is why we arrived in Morocco seven days to the kick-off of the tournament.
”This is to enable us acclimatise and familiarise ourselves with the food, weather and all that.
“We have also played a couple of friendly matches with clubsides in Morrocco, to keep the girls fit and ready for the tournament,” he said.
“We are fully ready for the game, especially as the Bayelsa government has promised us a financial reward if we win this match.“I have spoken with the players on the need to give their best, even up to 150 percent effort if possible. We are hopeful about the outcome of the game,” Okara said.
The club’s second game is against TP Mazembe of Democratic Republic of Congo, also in Marrakech, on Thursday.
They will round off their group stage campaign against Egypt’s Wadi Degla on Nov. 6.
A total of eight teams are participating in the second edition of the competition which begins on Sunday and will end on Nov. 13.