Swaziland Draft In Women’s Coach For Super Eagles Clash

Swaziland Draft In Women’s Coach For Super Eagles Clash

By Adeboye Amosu:

Swaziland have drafted in their women's national team coach, Anthony Mdluli, to help put their goalkeepers in proper shape ahead of Friday's 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying fixture against Nigeria, reports Completesportsnigeria.com.

The gaffer who is also a qualified goalkeeper coach is expected to work with the Shilangu goalkeeping coach, Shipo Dube.

Swaziland currently have four goalkeepers in the 21-man team that is preparing for the game at the National Football Association Technical Centre.

Head coach of the side, Harries Bulunga, believes Mdluli's presence and vast knowledge of the game will put his team in good stead ahead of the tie.

"As you can see Mdluli has been added and he will be assisting the goalkeepers. He is a qualified and well trained goalkeeper coach,"  Bulunga told times.co.sz.

Swaziland will host the Super Eagles at the Somholo National Stadium on Friday. It will be the first meeting between both countries.

The return leg comes up next Tuesday at the Adokiye Amiesimaka Stadium, Port Harcourt.