Pinnick revealed that the coaches were sent to England for a course before the Africa Women's Cup of Nations.
Super Falcons coach Florence Omagbemi and her assistant Perpetua Nkwocha led the team to an eighth Africa Women’s Cup of Nations title on Saturday, December 3.
The Super Falcons courtesy of a Desire Oparanozie goal beat host Cameroon 1-0 to lift the 2016 AWCON title.
With that win, Omagbemi became the first woman to win the AWCON title as a player and as a coach.
Speaking to the team on Sunday, December 4 Pinnick promised that the coach will be sent for refresher courses in Europe.
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The NFF president admitted that the coaches still have a lot to learn and promised that the federation will fund the coaches for internship programs in Europe.
“This Nations cup title shows that we didn’t make a mistake by hiring Omagbemi and Nkwocha,” Pinnick said at the Ambassador Hotel, Lagos where the Super Falcons were hosted when they arrived in Lagos on Sunday.
Pinnick also revealed that the Super Falcons coaches were sent to England for some courses before the AWCON tournament in Cameroon.