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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by solonnachi: 5:07pm On Oct 05
Schemerkhiz:

She was the Assistant to Florence Omagbemi back then in 2016, she has also worked as an assistant coach with the U17 Women's team years back.. she's currently the head coach of Abia Angels..

She has CAF highest Coaching qualification and she's also CAF Coach instructors..

Wemimo Matthew worked is the Head Coa5ch of Sunshine Queens, she worked with Thomas Dennerby during the last AWCON before she was dropped, she's experience too....


With Ann Chiejine who knows more about Nigeria/African Women Football alone sef, Randy would be do a good job..

As for the Goalkeeper Coach he had been on and off with the Various Women National Teams since 2010.. A well known and respected Goalkeeper Coach,

Thanks for the info bro. What a rich pedigree from the two assistants. Big cover up for Waldrum. Guess this is his first time coaching an African team. But since he knows more Nigerian players abroad, it could be an advantage
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by lakesidepapa(m): 5:46pm On Oct 05
Schemerkhiz:
Randy Waldrum is new Super Falcons’ Head Coach



The Nigeria Football Federation has announced the appointment of Mr. Randy Waldrum as the new Head Coach of the Senior Women National Team, Super Falcons.



Waldrum, an American who played as a midfielder, has worked largely within the American women football circle and was head coach of the Trinidad and Tobago national team between 2014 and 2016.



He will work with former Super Falcons’ goalkeeper and captain Ann Chiejine, who is the first Assistant Coach, while Wemimo Mathew Olanrewaju will serve as second Assistant Coach and Auwar Bashir Makwalla will be goalkeepers’ trainer.



President of the Nigeria Football Federation, Mr. Amaju Melvin Pinnick thanked Philips Consulting, the executors of the recruitment processs, and said he has confidence that the new technical crew will take the Super Eagles to brand new heights.



“The predominance of the Super Falcons on the African continent has never been in doubt, with nine titles out of 11 editions of the Women AFCON competitions held so far. We envision a new Super Falcons squad competing favourably for laurels at the global level, and I believe the new technical crew led by Mr. Waldrum can take us to that level.”

At last.. We would like to know more details about his tactical and team setup, Good Job NFF, it seems they got it right. They should inform him to start the work asap..
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by isan(m): 6:20pm On Oct 05
So when is our first match ? December ? January ? I can't wait
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by isan(m): 8:04pm On Oct 05
My personal starting 11 and back up

Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 9:09pm On Oct 05
Coach Randy Waldrum is a good Friend of Superfalcons Defender Osinachi Ohale, He was her coach Back then at Houston Dash...
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by CoolJulian: 11:03pm On Oct 05
Schemerkhiz:
Coach Randy Waldrum is a good Friend of Superfalcons Defender Osinachi Ohale, He was her coach Back then at Houston Dash...

True!
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by CoolJulian: 11:07pm On Oct 05
Schemerkhiz:
Typical Central midfielders who's very hard-working with good all-round abilities, which makes her skilled at both defending and attacking. Ayinde is that players who can therefore track back to her own box to make tackles and block shots and also carry the ball forward or run to the opponents' box to try to score.
Play Halimatu Ayinde Centrally or Box-to-Box, she will give you exactly what you want.. Although she sometimes slot in as a Defensive Midfielder but that isn't her best position..

She's really committed! I like her for that!
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by CoolJulian: 11:08pm On Oct 05
isan:
Ayinde is tank she never get tired ....she need a new partner in that mildfield chita is old

I agree... Rita is too old.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by CoolJulian: 11:12pm On Oct 05
mostob:
Ordega or KANU? Based on current form, I will reluctantly pick Kanu.

Kanu is not up to Ordega's level yet.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by CoolJulian: 11:13pm On Oct 05
BascoVanVeli:



Don't be surprised if we here she Franny is also scoring goals in China. Like I only found out her past season stats lately and they were good. The Chinese women's league gets very poor coverage. U rarely see their games online

This is true!
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by CoolJulian: 11:15pm On Oct 05
Schemerkhiz:


I will still pick Ordega ahead of Kanu....
Experience, Pace, strength and Defensive abilities Ordega is ahead of her and she does more of the playing and assist than Scoring..

Kanu is more of a goal Scorer, she plays like Ronaldo always eager to score which is one aspect she's better than Ordega....
I think with time Kanu will reach her full potential and will be unplayable..

Yeah... I agree, whole heartedly!
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by CoolJulian: 11:16pm On Oct 05
Schemerkhiz:
Randy Waldrum is new Super Falcons’ Head Coach



The Nigeria Football Federation has announced the appointment of Mr. Randy Waldrum as the new Head Coach of the Senior Women National Team, Super Falcons.



Waldrum, an American who played as a midfielder, has worked largely within the American women football circle and was head coach of the Trinidad and Tobago national team between 2014 and 2016.



He will work with former Super Falcons’ goalkeeper and captain Ann Chiejine, who is the first Assistant Coach, while Wemimo Mathew Olanrewaju will serve as second Assistant Coach and Auwar Bashir Makwalla will be goalkeepers’ trainer.



President of the Nigeria Football Federation, Mr. Amaju Melvin Pinnick thanked Philips Consulting, the executors of the recruitment processs, and said he has confidence that the new technical crew will take the Super Eagles to brand new heights.



“The predominance of the Super Falcons on the African continent has never been in doubt, with nine titles out of 11 editions of the Women AFCON competitions held so far. We envision a new Super Falcons squad competing favourably for laurels at the global level, and I believe the new technical crew led by Mr. Waldrum can take us to that level.”

This is good news!
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 11:38pm On Oct 05
Schemerkhiz:
Randy Waldrum is new Super Falcons’ Head Coach



The Nigeria Football Federation has announced the appointment of Mr. Randy Waldrum as the new Head Coach of the Senior Women National Team, Super Falcons.



Waldrum, an American who played as a midfielder, has worked largely within the American women football circle and was head coach of the Trinidad and Tobago national team between 2014 and 2016.



He will work with former Super Falcons’ goalkeeper and captain Ann Chiejine, who is the first Assistant Coach, while Wemimo Mathew Olanrewaju will serve as second Assistant Coach and Auwar Bashir Makwalla will be goalkeepers’ trainer.



President of the Nigeria Football Federation, Mr. Amaju Melvin Pinnick thanked Philips Consulting, the executors of the recruitment processs, and said he has confidence that the new technical crew will take the Super Eagles to brand new heights.



“The predominance of the Super Falcons on the African continent has never been in doubt, with nine titles out of 11 editions of the Women AFCON competitions held so far. We envision a new Super Falcons squad competing favourably for laurels at the global level, and I believe the new technical crew led by Mr. Waldrum can take us to that level.”

A nobody being given the keys to a Ferrari. On paper this is the worst hire Nigeria has ever made. The man got fired from Trinidad for crying out loud undecided embarassed

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by mostob(m): 11:40pm On Oct 05
CoolJulian:

Kanu is not up to Ordega's level yet.
Ok
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 11:40pm On Oct 05
Schemerkhiz:
Coach Randy Waldrum is a good Friend of Superfalcons Defender Osinachi Ohale, He was her coach Back then at Houston Dash...


Where they had a record of 19–39–13 undecided

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by CoolJulian: 11:44pm On Oct 05
Ngozi Ebere and Rita Chikwelu are two tired players who need to be slowly detached from the team. Both of them usually make the team look too lethargic.

While Chikwelu's quality cannot be questioned, i do not think that she needs to be given much responsibility anymore, considering her age - She is old. Ebere, on the other hand, has completely lost it ; she brings nothing special to the team, she is actually old too, and needs to leave, just like Ikidi.

I hope that Patricia George will come good; it will be a big relief if she does, as she'll take up a big responsibility. I trust the incoming coach to unearth more talents, especially in the midfield and defense. Finally, i like it that the coach is American, as i've always admired their approach and style of play.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by CoolJulian: 11:47pm On Oct 05
BascoVanVeli:



Where they had a record of 19–39–13 undecided

They had just come into the league that very year, so it's actually understandable.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 11:52pm On Oct 05
CoolJulian:


They had just come into the league that very year, so it's actually understandable.

So? U can be a new team and good especially in America. He had 3 seasons. Same thing with Trinidad where he got the sack. We are basically hiring this man because he won NCAA championships in the 2000s
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by jimmyiovine: 8:46am On Oct 06
I’m hearing Waldrum will still be working for the university alongside Super Falcons?! If true, what kind of rubbish is dat
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 10:52am On Oct 06
CoolJulian:
Ngozi Ebere and Rita Chikwelu are two tired players who need to be slowly detached from the team. Both of them usually make the team look too lethargic.

While Chikwelu's quality cannot be questioned, i do not think that she needs to be given much responsibility anymore, considering her age - She is old. Ebere, on the other hand, has completely lost it ; she brings nothing special to the team, she is actually old too, and needs to leave, just like Ikidi.

I hope that Patricia George will come good; it will be a big relief if she does, as she'll take up a big responsibility. I trust the incoming coach to unearth more talents, especially in the midfield and defense. Finally, i like it that the coach is American, as i've always admired their approach and style of play.

Patricia George is another versatile Player, who can slot in from both wings as a Fullback, Wing Back and as a Winger but prefers the Left Wing according to her...
She's Very Fast, Strong, Skillful and can Use Both Feets effectively. She's good at taking CornerKicks and Penalty too..

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 11:17am On Oct 06
BascoVanVeli:


A nobody being given the keys to a Ferrari. On paper this is the worst hire Nigeria has ever made. The man got fired from Trinidad for crying out loud undecided embarassed

Yes he was fired by the Trinidad and Tobago federation but the players Talked good about his impact on the team, it might be a disagreement between him and Federation..

He has coached world Class players at Houston Dash from US National Team, Brazil Canada, Mexico and England even Australia. I don't think it's going to be a much difficult task for him because those Assisting him are very much Experience, they have been in the game for Long too and have also worked with the Various players, Nigeria Women National Teams and Clubs

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 11:18am On Oct 06
jimmyiovine:
I’m hearing Waldrum will still be working for the university alongside Super Falcons?! If true, what kind of rubbish is dat

Yes... Big Time Truth
When Guus Hiddink was Chelsea's coach, he combined it with his Russia's national team job and did well. If the man feels he can combine it, so be it. Let's stop trivialities.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by lakesidepapa(m): 2:35pm On Oct 06
Schemerkhiz:


Yes... Big Time Truth
When Guus Hiddink was Chelsea's coach, he combined it with his Russia's national team job and did well. If the man feels he can combine it, so be it. Let's stop trivialities.


Are u working for the NFF?

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by solonnachi: 3:02pm On Oct 06
jimmyiovine:
I’m hearing Waldrum will still be working for the university alongside Super Falcons?! If true, what kind of rubbish is dat

The NFF I know can owe salaries like anything. Its better the man continues to work with the University to avoid going hungry. Gernot Rohr as I heard owns a hotel(s) which he earns from in case of delays in salary.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 3:03pm On Oct 06
lakesidepapa:



Are u working for the NFF?

Hahahaha.... Not at all
Truth be told, I was never in Support of NFF appointing Coach Randy Waldrum but the thing is that it has already happened, let support him and pray for the best from the team...

it's really a thing of Disregard to the Superfalcons for him to Coach them and the college side at the same time.. instead of focusing on only the Superfalcons
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by solonnachi: 3:04pm On Oct 06
BascoVanVeli:


A nobody being given the keys to a Ferrari. On paper this is the worst hire Nigeria has ever made. The man got fired from Trinidad for crying out loud undecided embarassed

Rohr was a no body who failed with Niger, Burkina Faso but today, he is a hot cake. Relax bro, let's see what this guy has to offer. Don't judge a book by its cover

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by solonnachi: 3:06pm On Oct 06
jimmyiovine:
I’m hearing Waldrum will still be working for the university alongside Super Falcons?! If true, what kind of rubbish is dat

The NFF I know can owe salaries like anything. Its better the man continues to work with the University to avoid going hungry. Gernot Rohr as I heard owns a hotel(s) in France which he earns from in case of delays in salary.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 3:26pm On Oct 06
solonnachi:


Rohr was a no body who failed with Niger, Burkina Faso but today, he is a hot cake. Relax bro, let's see what this guy has to offer. Don't judge a book by its cover


Don't do that, there is no comparing the 2.

Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 3:29pm On Oct 06
Schemerkhiz:


Yes he was fired by the Trinidad and Tobago federation but the players Talked good about his impact on the team, it might be a disagreement between him and Federation..

He has coached world Class players at Houston Dash from US National Team, Brazil Canada, Mexico and England even Australia. I don't think it's going to be a much difficult task for him because those Assisting him are very much Experience, they have been in the game for Long too and have also worked with the Various players, Nigeria Women National Teams and Clubs


Yes he coached world class players and could only manage 13 wins in 3 seasons.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by solonnachi: 3:37pm On Oct 06
BascoVanVeli:



Don't do that, there is no comparing the 2.

I get your point bro but what I indirectly mean is that there is always a beginning to every thing. Believe me or not, coaching Nigeria has placed Rohr on a very high pedestal. I really get your point. Let's give Waldrum a chance.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 3:57pm On Oct 06
solonnachi:


I get your point bro but what I indirectly mean is that there is always a beginning to every thing. Believe me or not, coaching Nigeria has placed Rohr on a very high pedestal. I really get your point. Let's give Waldrum a chance.


He will get his chance but we should say what is right and wrong. This is the worst hire they could probably get. A complete disgrace to women and women's football
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by lakesidepapa(m): 5:19pm On Oct 06
Schemerkhiz:


Hahahaha.... Not at all
Truth be told, I was never in Support of NFF appointing Coach Randy Waldrum but the thing is that it has already happened, let support him and pray for the best from the team...

it's really a thing of Disregard to the Superfalcons for him to Coach them and the college side at the same time.. instead of focusing on only the Superfalcons

I wonder oo, Combining two coaching jobs at a time is suicidal, honestly. He's an experienced coach, We hope he would do fine amidst the double jobs.

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