Super Falcons Coach, Randy Waldrum is unhappy with Super Falcons performance against Zambia.
The team ended thier WAFCON campaign with team a disappointing 1-0 loss to Zambia in the third place encounter on Friday.
An own goal by Chiamaka Nnadozie in the first half separated both sides at the end of hostility and Falcons suffered their third defeat of the campaign in the process.
“We were disappointed we didn’t win against Zambia and more pained about not getting to the final,” He said to the press.
Despite failing to win a medal, the former Trinidad and Tobago handler however said, he’s relieved to have helped the team qualify for the next FIFA World Cup.
“We are a bit satisfied that we qualified for the World Cup, even though we wanted more. When you don’t achieve the goals that you want, in major tournaments like this, then you need to access, find and improve on some areas you think you should have done differently.
“To just make an assumption that Nigeria will qualify for every World Cup is not a good assumption.”
“Especially considering the growth of Women’s Football in Africa, most teams are much better now, than they were ten years ago.” He Concluded.
Meanwhile, the Nigeria Football Federation is likely to reevaluate the position of Waldrum before the World Cup as the fans are already calling or his dismissal.
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