Super Falcons manager, Randy Waldrum has come out to say that he is disappointed by his team’s failure to beat Ireland Republic. He, however, revealed that he is delighted at the fact that he has been able to silence his critics, and fans have been reacting.
According to him, he has been very proud of the performances from the girls since the tournament started, especially since many did not give them a chance at World Cup.
Waldrum added that the objective of qualifying for the knockout stage is enough for him at this point in time.
His words, “Two years ago when we started, there were so many things that did not go well. So I told [the players] to keep working and so I am proud of the performances and believe to qualify from this group,” Waldrum said after the match.”
“Many people did not give the Super Falcons a chance of going through from the group without losing a match. I am so proud of them.”
“I was disappointed because I thought we could win the match, but the fact that we got the objective of qualifying for the knockout stage is enough.”
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