The former coach of defunct Oasis Ladies, Abidemi Abiolu viewed the re-appointment of Nasarawa Amazons coach, Christopher Danjuma to continue as the coach of the Nigeria U-20 women’s national team as a welcome development.
He was returned to his job as Head Coach of Falconets, following a screening and interview process by the NFF Technical Committee.
The committee submitted its recommendation and the same has been approved by the NFF Executive Committee.
“The appointment of Christopher Danjuma as the U-20 Women’s national team coach is a good development,” Abiolu told www.kick442.com
Danjuma, who has taken temporary charge of the Senior Women National Team, Super Falcons, on a couple of occasions, led the Falconets to the quarter-finals of last year’s FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup finals in Costa Rica.
coach Abidemi Abiolu
“For me, he has been there for a while and he knows the girls.” He added.
“Giving him a chance to lead the team is a welcome development as we can see about three of our players from the U-20 played at the last FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia.
“I believe he [Christopher Danjuma] is a coach that can look for talents and nurture players to make them what they want to be.” He concluded.
Danjuma also guided the team to a second-place finish at the West Africa Zone B (WAFU-B) U-20 Women’s Cup and will hope to lead the team to the next FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup.
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