Ousted Super Falcons Coach Edwin Okon yesterday faulted the tactics deplored by the team’s interim handler Christopher Danjuma claiming that his successor made unnecessary changes during their first leg Olympic qualifier match against Equatorial Guinea in Abuja.
Okon who was relieved of his job shortly after he returned from Canada, venue of the recently concluded FIFA Women World Cup where Nigeria crashed out in the group stage, physical attacked Danjuma at Area 3 playground, Abuja few days after the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF announced him as the new acting Super Falcons coach.
Danjuma, his then assistant had approach Okon, River Angels Head Coach to greet him during one of Federation Cup matches decided at the nation’s capital but the later reportedly pushed him accusing him of sabotaging and taking over his job.
Not yet done with Danjuma, Okon who received heavy criticism after his team’s woeful performance at the World Cup told Nigerian Pilot Sports that the current Super Falcons have not made any progress under his former assistant
Accessing the performance of Nigeria against their Equatorial Guinean counterparts, the former Falconets coach admitted: “Its football, anything can happen but it’s a sad we couldn’t take advantage of playing at home first. There was no massive overhaul from my team, the only fresh face was the goalkeeper,”

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