NFF President Amaju Pinnick, Gives Tough Conditions To Super Eagles Manager Gernot Rohr Consigning His Next Contract Renewal With The Team.

The  Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) President, Pinnick Amaju have given some tough conditions to the Super Eagles Head Coach Gernot Rohr’s consigning his contract renewal if he wants to retain his position as the coach of the team.

The Franco-German tactician, Rohr was first appointed by the NFF to be in charge of the Super Eagles in August 2016, signing a two-year contract, which he renewed for another two years in 2018, now has two-months left in his contract.

Amaju Pinnick speaking in an interview with Arise tv, said;
"The football federation have been in touch with Gernot Rohr, consigning some changes in the term of his next contract."
"He must accept the conditions that was changed from his previous contract before he can continue as coach of the Super Eagles"...

“We have told him. He must have to live in Nigeria, and he must go around the Nigeria league match venues, and see how he can nurture the home based players to become stars."

"His salary would be paid in Naira, unlike when he was paid in foriegn currency in his last contract, we have to strengthen our own currency. If he’s able to accept, then we have a deal.”

Pinnick '49' also added that a fresh contract for Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr will be ready in one week, and the only thing that can jeopardize the contract is if he refuses to accept some of the new clauses included with the contract.

He concluded by assuring Nigerians that getting a new coach won’t be a challenge, as there are many coaches trying to get the contract of coaching the Super Eagles, that is if Rohr decline the terms surrounding the contract renewal.

The 66-year-old former Gabon and Bukina Faso manager, has managed the Super Eagles in 49 games, getting 29 wins, 11 draws and 9 losses.

Rohr led Nigeria to the 2018 Fifa World Cup in Russia where the Super Eagles crashed out in the group stages and then led the team to a bronze finish after a 1-0 win against Tinisia at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Egypt last July.

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