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Just In: NFF Part ways with Waldrum ahead of South Africa’s clash

Just In: NFF Part ways with Waldrum ahead of South Africa's clash

The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has terminated the contract of Super Falcons coach Randy Waldrum, ahead of the Bayana Bayana clash.

Waldrum, appointed in 2020, led the Falcons to impressive results, including the 2022 WAFCON semi-finals and a strong showing at the 2023 Women’s World Cup, where they narrowly lost to England in the round of 16. There were temporary concerns about a potential split after interim coach Justin Madugu took charge recently.

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Friction arose between the football federation and Waldrum when he reportedly questioned the handling of funds allocated for the Falcons’ World Cup preparation. However, it appears both parties have reached an agreement, with Waldrum set to continue leading the Super Falcons.

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Waldrum will lead the Super Falcons when they host the Banyana Banyana at the Moshood Abiola Stadium, Abuja on Friday in the reverse fixture in Pretoria next week Tuesday.

NOTE: Waldrum is still the coach of the Super Falcons. APRIL FOOL

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