Former Super Falcons goalkeeper, Precious Dede, has registered for an advanced coaching course at the National Institute for Sports, Surulere, Lagos.
The retired goalkeeper during the matriculation ceremony said the she opted for the advanced course in coaching after taking part in the basics at the institution.
Dede’s words: “I did basic course last year and I thought it is wise to complete it with the advance course, which is for three months.”
The Eagle Online recalls Dede played for several clubs, including Delta Queens, Bayelsa Queens, Ibom Angels, Arna Bjornar and Al Wahda.
Dede, who replaced Ann Chiejine-Agumani, wore 99 caps with the Nigeria women’s national football team.
Dede retired from the national football team after a career that lasted over 15 years that saw her participating in five women World Cups, three Olympic Games and eight African Women Championships, which she won in 2010 and 2014.