Ex Super Falcons Player tasks Waldrum on Drastic decision to save WAFCON Campaign


Ex Super Falcons star Diana Asak believes a complete overhaul of the team’s starters at the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations in Morocco will help Nigeria get its campaign back on track.

Asak also warned that Nigeria’s dominance in Women’s football on the continent was under major scrutiny at this WAFCON and believes the team has lost it’s fear factor.
Following the completion of her playing career, Asak obtained her Doctorate degree (PhD.) in Sports and Exercise Psychology.
The former Falcons player, who is now head Coach local women’s team Dannaz FC, explained that other Nations on the Continent are catching up fast with Nigeria in African Women’s football.
In a chat with FL, the former Player identified the major characteristic of the Banyana Banyana side that defeat Nigeria in Morocco as a Youthful squad.
She argued that the outcome of the game could have been different had the Falcons Coaches put more faith in the young players in the squad.
She made a case for the likes of Monday Gift, who has recently been nominated for the young female player of the year award by CAF.
Nigeria will return to action, Thursday, in the second group C game against Botswana.


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