Waldrum Wants to Keep Super Falcons Job


Super Falcons head coach, Randy Waldrum, has expressed his desire to stay on, despite the feud with the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) leading to the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

Waldrum had openly criticized his employers in two separate interviews, which raised concerns about his future on the job.


However, he was ultimately saved from being sacked by the intervention of the Sports Ministry.

The Super Falcons’ performance at the World Cup has further strengthened Waldrum’s position to retain his role as head coach.

Despite the team’s elimination in the Round of 16, they garnered significant attention and admiration for their superb display throughout the tournament.

While Waldrum has expressed his interest in continuing as the head coach of the Super Falcons, he, however, acknowledges that the final decision lies with the Nigerian Football Federation.

“I am proud of my team. I want to stay with this team and continue working towards the Olympics. But that is not a matter for me to decide,” he said after the game.


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