Randy Waldrum Signs Improved Contract With The NFF Continues As Super Falcons Coach

Former Super Falcons head coach, Randy Waldrum will continue as the national team coach after signing a renewed contract npflupdates.com reports.

Waldrum was with the national team at the 2023 FIFA women’s world cup tournament held in Australia and New Zealand. At the world cup, the Nigerian ladies achieved great feat, after they qualified for the knockout stages without losing any group game fixture.

Coach Randy Waldrum will not be in charge when the Super Falcons begin Olympics qualifier journey.
Randy Waldrum on the sideline at the FIFA 2023 women’s world cup.

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Recall, prior to the world cup, the Pittsburgh women’s coach, had a bad PR with the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), where he accused it of misappropriation of funds, lack of morale-boosting moves.

And the NFF in what seemed like a response through its Director of Communication Ademola Olajire, identified the gaffer as a blabbermouth, and worst Super Falcons coach who’s only motive was being at a FIFA world cup.

The American gaffer since after the world cup hasn’t been in charge of any Super Falcons game(Paris 2024 Olympics Games against Ethiopia). Waldrum’s assistant at the world cup, has been taking care of the nine-time African champions.

Randy Waldrum signs renewed Super Falcons contract

Super Falcons defeat Ethiopia to stand a chance of qualifying for the 2024 Olympics.
Rasheedat Ajibade in action against Ethiopia.

However reliable sources have confirmed that Waldrum have signed a contract extension with the NFF and is expected to be in charge of Super Falcons in their coming games.

“I can confirm that @CoachWaldrum officially remains @NGSuper_Falcons coach.  @thenff President @IbrahimMusaGus1 has signed the contract. Waldrum has submitted his program for the team. With an @Paris2024 @Olympics qualifier against @LionnesIndompt1 in mid-February, I hope he’s mobilised quickly,” journalist Osasu Obayiuwana posted on his Official X handle.

In another story, Super Eagles head coach, José Peseiro expresses sadness over the outcome of Nigeria’s 2023 AFCON opener against Equato-Guinea.

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According to the 63-year-old, his players had a good game, but we’re just unlucky in front of goal.

“I’m sad about the result but not with the capacity of our performance. We played a good game, created many chances and clear opportunities, especially in the second half and I think we deserved to win. If we keep up this dominance we will do well.

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