NFF Denies Owing Super Eagles Coach Gernot Rohr Salaries

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The Nigeria Football Federation have denied owing Super Eagles coach, Gernot Rohr salaries.

NFF in a series of tweets on Friday denied media reports that the federation owes the German tactician, but accepted that the federation is yet to pay him for September which is currently being processed.

“The NFF wishes to put records straight with regards to a claim in the social media on Friday, 11th October 2019 that the football house is owing Super Eagles’ Technical Adviser, Gernot Rohr, three months’ salary.

“As we speak, Rohr is only being owed salary for the month of September 2019, which is being processed,” the tweets said.

On former Super Falcons coach, Thomas Dennerby who resigned his position recently, the nation’s football governing body said the Swedish resigned because the board was unable to accept his demand to bring in more expatriate coaches.

“As for Thomas Dennerby, we have received his resignation letter and of course, he has his right to resign from a job.

“We want to put it on record that no Head Coach in the history of the Super Falcons has been afforded the level and readiness of support that has been provided Dennerby by this Board.

“Perhaps, one of the reasons he left was because we did not accede to his request to bring in more expatriate coaches and an indigenous coach who does not have the required license.

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“If we had agreed to his request for more expatriate coaches, that would have left our indigenous coaches presently with the team in the lurch.”

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