A new dawn is finally here for the Nigeria national women’s team, the Super Falcons are on the verge of getting an expatriate coach to help them maximize their full potentials.  

Bounce Sports has received information that America’s Randy Jordan Waldrum has been recommended for the role of technical adviser of the Super Falcons.

Some observers say this is a step in the right direction as the United States is one of the global super powers in women’s football.

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The board of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) seating in Jos on Thursday approved the recommendation of its Technical and Development Committee for the appointment of Randy Waldrum who was till last year, the coach of Trinidad & Tobago’s women’s national team.

The board of the NFF in a communiqué of its meeting has directed the secretariat to conclude negotiations with Waldrum.


The incoming coach, who will take over from Florence Omagbemi, started his coaching career at Austin College in the United States in 1982; leading the men’s soccer team to four victories, 12 draws and a loss in his first stint as coach.

In 1988, he was the head coach at Texas Wesleyan University and later handled both the men’s and women’s soccer teams at the University of Tulsa.

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