Randy Waldrum has been here before.
Waldrum, currently the head coach of the University of Pittsburgh women’s soccer program, recently signed a contract to coach the Nigerian women’s national team. This is not the first time that Waldrum has done double duty.
In 2014, while featuring as the head coach of the Houston Dash – a role he held until the end of 2017 – Waldrum also coached the Trinidad and Tobago women’s national team. He stayed with the CONCACAF nation from 2014-16, guiding them through World Cup qualifying and some tumultuous times due to a lack of federation support.
Now, Waldrum is back in the international game with Nigeria, a relationship which nearly formalized years prior.
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