Newly appointed Super Falcons coach Randy Waldrum has said his goal is to take the Nigerian team to new heights in the development of women’s soccer.
The Nigerian Soccer Federation, NFF, settled with Waldrum to prepare the team for the 2022 African Women’s Nations Cup and the 2023 World Cup that follows.
The Super Falcons have been left without a coach after Swedish coach Thomas Denerby left and the team failed to qualify for the 2020 Olympics, which carried over to next year.
“I want everyone to know that I am very excited to be their coach for the Super Falcons,” Waldrum told Goal.
“It has been a dream of mine for some time. I am grateful to Mr. Amaju Pinnick and his faith in me and our staff to take the Super Falcons to new heights.
“I also understand the total commitment it takes for my time, for training camps, games, scouting, player management, staff development, and of course team development.
“These expectations are very clear and I am eager to get started. In fact, I will be the one to push the federation to have more opportunities to prepare and train, I’m pretty sure.
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