NFF To Be More Careful In Coaches’ Contracts After Awful Encounter With Super Falcons’ Randy Waldrum

The Nigeria Football Federation NFF, is now ready to reform and be more careful concerning the terms of contracts of its employees(Coaches), after the awful encounter with Super Falcons Randy Waldrum reports

In the recent past, the Nigeria Football Federation NFF, has come under heavy criticism. And those criticisms can be traced back to how it manages the affairs of its employees. Especially in areas that concerns the hiring and treatment of coaches and backroom staff.

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Just few weeks ago, fans of the Super Eagles and Nigerian football attacked the NFF on social media platforms. And that’s because the Federation placed the fate of coach Jose Peseiro in the hands of journalists and pundits. And it became so bad that fans accused the Federation of lacking professionalism in their dealings with employees.

Just recently, the Super Falcons head coach Randy Waldrum, engaged in a fierce PR with the federation. With the American tactician, accusing the NFF of involving in fraudulent activities, corruption and blackmail.

NFF to reform coaches contract terms after Super Falcons Waldrum saga

In one of his recent interview the Super Falcons gaffer, accused the NFF of forcing him to recruit a player he’s never met before. Also, he accused the Federation of mismanaging the funds meant for his team’s world cup preparation. And for revealing the happenings behind the scene, his assistant Lauren Gregg was excluded from the World Cup staff list.

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Responding to Waldrum’s outburst, NFF’s director of communications Ademola Olajire, accused the tactician of being incompetent. Also described him as a “Blabbermouth” and “worst coach” of the Super Falcons of Nigeria.

However, a recent report by revealed the football governing body is planning on a new method of recruitment.

According to the federation’s president, Ibrahim Gusau, coaches contracts will be treated purely as professional. And also being careful of the terms of contract of any coach.

“Henceforth, the federation will be more careful concerning the terms of contract of any coach,” he said.

“Contracts will be treated purely as professional matters. And they will be careful about the grey areas.”

The Super Falcons will open their 2023 FIFA women’s World Cup campaign against Canada on 21 July, 2023.

And they will go on to play host country Australia seven days later. And the group stage will close when they finally take on Tue Republic of Ireland ladies.

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