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WAFCON winning coach still owed since 2004

Former Super Falcons coach, Godwin Izilien has revealed that the Nigeria Football Federation still owes him salary and bonuses from the successful 2004 Women's Africa Cup of Nations campaign.

Overhaul Super Falcons, Women’s Football – Izilien

Former Super Falcons coach, Godwin Izilien has urged the the egg heads in charge of Women football in the country to encourage a uniform pattern of football for every national team in the country to cultivate a new lasting culture.

Nigeria’s U17WWC campaign Worth more than a Bronze Medal

Nigeria's campaign at the FIFA U17 Women's World Cup was largely successful, although it also left an air of mixed feelings. over the future of women's football in the Country.

‘We put Nigeria on the Map,’ Out-going NFF President Pinnick blows...

The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), has fixed September 30 for the 2022 elections, where a new President will emerge to replace incumbent Amaju Pinnick, who was has been in charge since 2014.

Waldrum faces the Axe as NFF ExCo demands Super Falcon’s WAFCON...

The position of Nigeria's WNT head Coach, Randy Waldrum and his entire staff will be reviewed in the coming weeks and recommendations passed to determine a course of action heading into next year's FIFA Women's World Cup.

Nigerians make WAFCON 2022 Best XI

With the curtains drawn on the 2022 Women's Africa Cup of Nations, CAF published a fairly balance squad list if the Tournament's best XI and two Nigerians made the cut.

Nigerian Coaches more Qualified for Super Falcons job – Monsur

Former Super Falcons coach, Monsur Abdullahi has highlighted reasons for the slump in the team's dominance in Africa.

South Africa’s Triumph, Lucky Ellis and interesting WAFCON Fun Facts

The 12th edition of the Women's Africa Cup of Nations has ended with South Africa crowned as Champions and for the first time.

African Queens! Historic Win for South Africa

Desiree Ellis struck gold on her third attempt as Banyana Banyana Coach, leading South Africa to their first ever Women's Africa Cup of Nations title on Saturday.

Beaten! Nigeria gets Certificate not Medal after Dismal WAFCON campaign

Nigeria leaves Morocco empty-headed after losing the third place match to Zambia on Friday.
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