Super Falcons Head Coach Randy Waldrum has commended the Nigeria Football Federation for its continued total support for the team as they are set to round off a 9-day training camp in the Federal Capital, Abuja.
The training camp that commenced last week would come to an end today.
General Secretary of the NFF, Mohammed Sanusi, who received the players and their officials at the NFF Secretariat, said the football –governing body will always ensure to provide the Falcons with the best conditions to train and play friendly and competitive matches, in order to do the nation proud each time.
Veteran defender Onome Ebi, who spoke on behalf of the players, said the pain of being eliminated from the qualifying series for the Tokyo Olympics by the Ivorians is yet to fully subside.
Also at the occasion were NFF’s Director of Finance and Admin, Charity Kadiri; Director of Communications, Ademola Olajire and; Director of Competitions, Ruth David.
The Super Falcons will confront the Ivorians in a home-and-away final elimination fixture for the 12th Women AFCON slated for Morocco in the summer of next year.