The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) have announced they plan to appoint a new coach for the country’s women’s team, the Super Falcons, in the next two weeks,African Footballis reporting.
This decision followed an emergency executive committee meeting in Port Harcourt on Monday.
The Falcons are under a caretaker coach, Chris Danjuma, after Edwin Okon was fired following a disastrous 2015 World Cup outing.
The football federation have been shopping for a foreign coach for the women’s team, but may be held back because of a cash crunch.
The Falcons are the reigning African champions but they have again failed to qualify for the Olympics for the second straight time after they crashed out to Equatorial Guinea recently.