The Nigeria Football Federation has taken another step to reforming the female national team as it appoints new head coach, assistants and keepers trainer.
NFF on Monday, announced an American and former Trinidad and Tobago coach, Randy Waldrum as the new head coach of the Super Falcons.
The announcement was contained in a statement by the NFF Communications Department and made available to the press on Monday.
Waldrum was appointed the new head coach of the female team a year after the resignation of the former coach, Thomas Dennerby.
Nigeria News World also gathered that the appointment was aided by Philips Consulting, a consulting firms.
The statement quoted NFF President, Amaju Pinnick, as saying the new coach would take Falcons to the next level.
“The predominance of the Super Falcons on the African continent has never been in doubt, with nine titles out of 11 editions of the Women AFCON competitions held so far. We envision a new Super Falcons squad competing favourably for laurels at the global level, and I believe the new technical crew led by Mr. Waldrum can take us to that level,” Pinnick said.
Meanwhile, Waldrum is to work with his first assistant coach, Ann Chiejine and Wemimo Olanrewaju as the second assistant coach.
Furthermore, Auwar Makwalla was also appointed as the new goalkeepers’ trainer for the Nigeria female team.
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