Nigeria Football Federaton says it would soon announce final preparation activities for the senior women side ahead of November’s 2016 Africa Women’s Cup of Nations billed for Cameroon.
With two months to the event, general secretary of the NFF, Dr Mohammed Sanusi insists the country’s football body holds great plans for the Super Falcons amidst it financial troubles.
“We are aware of the closeness of the upcoming women’s nations cup tournament and planning for it.”
“The NFF are already laising with the technical committee as well as technical crew to determine an appropriate resumption date which will be announced soon.
“We know most of the players involved are foreign based but we’re planning to ensure the home based players open camp soon before those abroad join them,” he concluded.
After overcoming Senegal to seal a qualification ticket, coach Florence Omagbemi’s side would be hoping to resume in good time to challenge for the African women title they won in 2014.

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