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Terry Eguaoje Named As Coaching Staff Of Super Falcon’s World Cup Team



Dr. Terry Eguaoje has been named as part of the coaching staff of the Nigeria’s senior Women’s national football team to the World Cup.

This July, the Super Falcons will have the US-based Eguaoje, the director of coaching for Pennsylvania’s PA West Soccer in the United State, directing them from the sidelines.

The Edo State-born tactician is part of Super Falcon’s head coach, Randy Waldrum’s staff as an assistant responsible for match analysis at the 9th FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia/New Zealand.


Terry Eguaoje

The Super Falcons are drawn in Group B with host Australia, Canada, and the Republic of Ireland. On July 21, they play Canada in their opening match.  Later on July 27, they will face off against Australia.  On July 31, they meet Republic of Ireland to close out the group stage.

Thirty two (32) teams will compete in this year’s Women’s World Cup; this will equal the number of teams in the 2022 Men’s World Cup.

Eguaoje previously provided assistance for the Super Eagles during the 2022 AFCON and 2022 World Cup qualifications against Ghana – at home and away.

The Nigeria side was undefeated in AFCON group play before Tunisia slipped past them 1-0 in the opening round of elimination play.

Terry Eguaoje

Dr. Terry Eguaoje – a former football star – had a long-playing career with Reinhardt College (GA) which ended in success after winning the NAIA Regional Championship in 1999.

As a Student-assistant Coach and Goalkeeper Trainer, he helped Kennesaw State University win the 2003 NCAA Div II Women National Championship.

He holds a Masters degree in Sport Management and a Doctorate degree in Education. His coaching qualifications include USSF “A” License, NSCAA Premier Diploma, USSF National Youth, NSCAA National Youth, and USSF Goalkeeper License.

Dr. Terry Eguaoje is the Founder/President of Africa’s largest football coaching organization – the Football Coaches Association of Africa Nations (FCAAN).


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