Perpetua Nkwocha will be one of the Super Falcons assistant coaches to a foreign coach who will be appointed soon
Nkwocha played in seven Africa Women Cup of Nations winning five of them in the year 2002, 2004, 2006, 2010 and 2014.
The 40-year-old played majority of her club football in Sweden and her stay there earned her a Swedish citizenship.
The 40 year is coach of Clemensnäs IF from Swedish Women's Football Division 2 but she used her spare time to coach a group of Afghan teenagers and other migrants with coaching.
Her appointment was announced at the NFF's execuitve committee meeting held in Abuja on Tuesday, February, 16.
The NFF in the meeting revealed that a new head foreign will be appointed soon and will be assisted by Nkwocha and former Super Falcons’ Captains, Florence Omagbemi and Ann Chiejine.
Bala Mohammed will be the Goalkeeper Trainer.
Omagbemi will head the crew in the acting capacity in the meantime.