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Monday, 8 July 2013

….NFF is Still Owing Super Eagles Coach, STEPHEN KESHI Five Months Salary…

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….NFF is Still Owing Super Eagles Coach, STEPHEN KESHI Five Months Salary…

…But Keshi has not Made official complaint to that effect…


(SOURCE: BBC News)
Super Eagles Coach, Stephen Keshi has not been paid since this year’s Nations Cup victory, a BBC report has said. Keshi, who led Nigeria to her third Africa Cup of Nations title in South Africa, has yet to receive any money from the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) for the past five months.
Responding to the issue, Musa Amadu, the NFF Secretary General, said that there was no need for an alarm as the situation was under control.
“Between the federation and the coaching crew, we don’t have a problem. Obligations to the coaching crew are always settled, and we have the understanding of the coaching crew in this regard.
“We’ve been working together with Stephen Keshi since November 2011 and he knows the peculiar situation [financial problems] of how things are with the federation. “We try as much as possible to pay our obligations, likewise the coach, and we’ve had a very good working relationship.
“I know the coach will not bring to the fore any such matters,” he added.
Keshi has indeed made no official complaint to that effect. According to the report, the NFF also owes assistant coach, Daniel Amokachi and goalkeeper trainer, Ike Shorunmu, and have promised to pay, although the Federation said they will have to be patient.

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…But Keshi has not Made official complaint to that effect…
(SOURCE: BBC News)
Super Eagles Coach, Stephen Keshi has not been paid since this year’s Nations Cup victory, a BBC report has said. Keshi, who led Nigeria to her third Africa Cup of Nations title in South Africa, has yet to receive any money from the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) for the past five months.
Responding to the issue, Musa Amadu, the NFF Secretary General, said that there was no need for an alarm as the situation was under control.


“Between the federation and the coaching crew, we don’t have a problem. Obligations to the coaching crew are always settled, and we have the understanding of the coaching crew in this regard.
“We’ve been working together with Stephen Keshi since November 2011 and he knows the peculiar situation [financial problems] of how things are with the federation. “We try as much as possible to pay our obligations, likewise the coach, and we’ve had a very good working relationship.
“I know the coach will not bring to the fore any such matters,” he added.
Keshi has indeed made no official complaint to that effect. According to the report, the NFF also owes assistant coach, Daniel Amokachi and goalkeeper trainer, Ike Shorunmu, and have promised to pay, although the Federation said they will have to be patient.

GUYS, WHAT DO YOU THINK?

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