I Don’t Know How Long Oshoala Will Play, Nnadozie’s The Best – Randy Waldrum

Super Falcons head coach Randy Waldrum has ranked Nigeria’s goalkeeper Chiamaka Nnadozie as one one of the best shot stoppers in the women’s game.

Nnadozie plays for Paris FC in France and has been one of the star performers for the Super Falcons at the FIFA Women’s World Cup, making important saves in Nigeria’s first two matches. She also saved a penalty in her team’s goalless draw against Canada.

“Chiamaka has been a big part of us since I came on board, she is a young player continuing to get better every year,” Waldrum explained.

“Whenever I do the list for the BBC of top 100 players in the world, she is always there among the goalkeepers and I think she will only get better.

“A lot of people in France know already (how good she is), but now I think the world will see. She made great saves against Australia too and has been a big part of our success.”

Waldrum was also upbeat about his leading forward and FC Barcelona Feminine striker Asisat Oshoala, who has been struggling with niggling injuries for some time.

“She is doing much better, we did the right thing by managing her minutes and we might have to do that again in this match. She will definitely be playing, but we will have to see for how long,” the American tactician said.

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