Waldrum reveals Super Falcons first mission at Women’s AFCON

Waldrum reveals Super Falcons first mission at Women’s AFCON

Super Falcons handler Randy Waldrum said, his first priority is to qualify the team for the FIFA World Cup.

Randy Waldrum will lead the Falcons to the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations billed for Morocco in July.

The tournament also serves as qualifiers for the World Cup to be hosted by New Zealand and Australia in 2023.

The semi-finalists will represent Africa in the first ever 32-team Women Fifa World Cup and Waldrum has reiterated his aim in Morocco is to ensure the team books a semi final spot.

“The first priority is obviously to qualify for the FIFA Women’s World Cup, Waldrum said. ” That has always been the objective for us.”

“This means we must have success in the group stage. We always want and expect to win whenever we step on the field, so our goal also will be to win the women’s AFCON.”

Nigeria will face South Africa, Botswana and Burundi in Group C of the AWCON.

They’ll open their campaign against South Africa on July 4 at Prince Heritier Moulay El Hassan Stadium in Rabat and take on Botswana three days later.

They will then wrap up the group phase against debutants Burundi on July 10.

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