NFF urges Ikhana to rebrand Super Falcons
NEWLY unveiled Super Falcons coach Kadiri Ikhana has been given a working order to repackage the senior female national team with results, by making Nigeria one of the top three female football playing nations in the world.
This charge was given in Abuja on Wednesday by the president of the Nigeria Football Federation, Alhaji Aminu Maigari on the occasion of the unveiling of the coach that will handle the Super Falcons in the next four years.
Ikhana was unveiled before a select audience of football stakeholders, and members of newly constituted standing and ad-hoc committees.
According to the NFF president, the new Falcons coach needs no introduction to Nigerians on account of his pedigree in the nation's football landscape, right from his days in the Green Eagles.
Maigari said Ikhana has the onerous task of winning the African Women's championships in 2012, 2014, 2016 and posting a top result at the 2016 FIFA Women's championship in Rio-de janerio, Brazil, while taking Nigeria to the top three in the world as far as female football is concern.’’
On our part we will give him all the cooperation to make him succeed..as we dont have failure in our agenda.
The nations football house was however silent on the wages he will be drawing, even as unconfirm Glasshouse source reveal that he will draw a monthly wage of three million naira.
In his response coach Kadiri said he does not believe in talking as he will be doing it with results...’’I want to say we shall be adding value to the Super Falcons. However speaking to newsmen minutes after the contract signing ceremony, the Edo-born coach posited that..’’You dont have to climb the tree from the top, as you will only have to climb from the bottom..so what we will be doing first now is to conquer Africa before taking on the world’’.
The high point of the occasion was the contract signing ceremony that saw the coach and the NFF president putting pen to paper.
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