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Pinnick provides an update on Super Eagles and Rohr’s salaries

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The players haven’t received their match bonuses for months, while the coaches are owed a backlog of salaries, but it has now been settled, according to the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) president

NFF president Amaju Pinnick has revealed that the federation has paid the Super Eagles players their match bonuses, while the coaching department led by Gernot Rohr will receive all outstanding wages soon.

Pinnick revealed this at the official announcement of the partnership between the NFF and Baba Ijebu, who are now the official gaming partner for all national teams.
The Super Eagles haven’t received their match bonuses since the beginning of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers, while the coaches haven’t been paid for months.

Although that hasn’t stopped the players from fulfilling their duties, Rangers star Leon Balogun recently complained about the Federation’s treatment of the players and coaches.

Meanwhile, the NFF has also signed deals with MTN as the official communication partner of the national teams, while Airpeace is now the airline carrier for the national teams.

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https://soccernet.ng/2021/09/pinnick-pr ... aries.html
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But Nigerians want Eze,Lookman,Tomori,Micheal Olise and who ever else to leave the comfort of their organised professional environment for this mess.My hat goes off to all those that have served Nigeria despite its limitations!
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They shouldn't come if they dont have the passion to play for Naija without bonuses!

Eaglezbeak wrote: Tue Sep 21, 2021 7:21 pm But Nigerians want Eze,Lookman,Tomori,Micheal Olise and who ever else to leave the comfort of their organised professional environment for this mess.My hat goes off to all those that have served Nigeria despite its limitations!
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Why stop there?

Why don't you look for a coach that has "passion to coach Naija" without salary....
Cmoke wrote: Tue Sep 21, 2021 9:13 pm They shouldn't come if they dont have the passion to play for Naija without bonuses!

Eaglezbeak wrote: Tue Sep 21, 2021 7:21 pm But Nigerians want Eze,Lookman,Tomori,Micheal Olise and who ever else to leave the comfort of their organised professional environment for this mess.My hat goes off to all those that have served Nigeria despite its limitations!
IN OUR CASE, THERE IS NO TIME. NO SERIOUS COACH WILL TAKE THIS JOB

Pasamu on Monday Feb 22nd 2010 post ANC- I will repeat again, the problem with our team was never ability or personnel or even tactics . It was confidence pure and simple confidence. Amodus team had been spat upon, anything they did was dismissed as insignificant To see the team going from playing brilliant football against Egypt in the first half of their ANC group game to the cautious fear laden play against Zambia was sad.
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Cmoke wrote: Tue Sep 21, 2021 9:13 pm They shouldn't come if they dont have the passion to play for Naija without bonuses!

Eaglezbeak wrote: Tue Sep 21, 2021 7:21 pm But Nigerians want Eze,Lookman,Tomori,Micheal Olise and who ever else to leave the comfort of their organised professional environment for this mess.My hat goes off to all those that have served Nigeria despite its limitations!
Forget the pesky bonus it’s stressful,there’s footage of arguments in gyms playing on pitches out of the late 70s that not even non league clubs in Scotland have to bear the chairman knocks on your dads door and boasts that you’ll play for Nigeria without any official agreement then talks for hours about bonuses the night before a game,come on.I love the Super Eagles but it’s not a good look and I doubt they want to be a part of it especially when Nigerian fans believe that winning a World Cup is around the corner ignoring the he fact that their FA is completely amateur.
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Eaglezbeak wrote: Tue Sep 21, 2021 9:53 pm
Cmoke wrote: Tue Sep 21, 2021 9:13 pm They shouldn't come if they dont have the passion to play for Naija without bonuses!

Eaglezbeak wrote: Tue Sep 21, 2021 7:21 pm But Nigerians want Eze,Lookman,Tomori,Micheal Olise and who ever else to leave the comfort of their organised professional environment for this mess.My hat goes off to all those that have served Nigeria despite its limitations!
Forget the pesky bonus it’s stressful,there’s footage of arguments in gyms playing on pitches out of the late 70s that not even non league clubs in Scotland don’t have to bear the chairman knocks on your dads door and boasts that you’ll play for Nigeria without any official agreement then talks for hours about bonuses the night before a game,come on.I love the Super Eagles but it’s not a good look and I doubt they want to be a part of it especially when Nigerian fans believe that winning a World Cup is around the corner ignoring the fact that their FA is completely amateur.
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Eaglezbeak wrote: Wed Sep 22, 2021 4:19 am
Eaglezbeak wrote: Tue Sep 21, 2021 9:53 pm
Cmoke wrote: Tue Sep 21, 2021 9:13 pm They shouldn't come if they dont have the passion to play for Naija without bonuses!

Eaglezbeak wrote: Tue Sep 21, 2021 7:21 pm But Nigerians want Eze,Lookman,Tomori,Micheal Olise and who ever else to leave the comfort of their organised professional environment for this mess.My hat goes off to all those that have served Nigeria despite its limitations!
Forget the pesky bonus it’s stressful,there’s footage of arguments in gyms playing on pitches out of the late 70s that not even non league clubs in Scotland have to bear the chairman knocks on your dads door and boasts that you’ll play for Nigeria without any official agreement then talks for hours about bonuses the night before a game,come on.I love the Super Eagles but it’s not a good look and I doubt they want to be a part of it especially when Nigerian fans believe that winning a World Cup is around the corner ignoring the fact that their FA is completely amateur.
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Eaglezbeak wrote: Wed Sep 22, 2021 4:19 am
Eaglezbeak wrote: Tue Sep 21, 2021 9:53 pm
Cmoke wrote: Tue Sep 21, 2021 9:13 pm They shouldn't come if they dont have the passion to play for Naija without bonuses!

Eaglezbeak wrote: Tue Sep 21, 2021 7:21 pm But Nigerians want Eze,Lookman,Tomori,Micheal Olise and who ever else to leave the comfort of their organised professional environment for this mess.My hat goes off to all those that have served Nigeria despite its limitations!
Forget the pesky bonus it’s stressful,there’s footage of arguments in gyms playing on pitches out of the late 70s that not even non league clubs in Scotland have to bear the chairman knocks on your dads door and boasts that you’ll play for Nigeria without any official agreement then talks for hours about bonuses the night before a game,come on.I love the Super Eagles but it’s not a good look and I doubt they want to be a part of it especially when Nigerian fans believe that winning a World Cup is around the corner ignoring the fact that their FA is completely amateur.
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Why is this man working for free?

Make im resign na.
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Why would he leave 9 months salary on the table; would you??

It's a bargaining chip because dumb Peak Milk will have to think twice about sacking him; especially since he doesn't have the money to pay him

A trip to CAS will provide a ruling in Rohr's favor with interest......
Cellular wrote: Tue Oct 05, 2021 6:31 pm Why is this man working for free?

Make im resign na.
IN OUR CASE, THERE IS NO TIME. NO SERIOUS COACH WILL TAKE THIS JOB

Pasamu on Monday Feb 22nd 2010 post ANC- I will repeat again, the problem with our team was never ability or personnel or even tactics . It was confidence pure and simple confidence. Amodus team had been spat upon, anything they did was dismissed as insignificant To see the team going from playing brilliant football against Egypt in the first half of their ANC group game to the cautious fear laden play against Zambia was sad.
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“ while the coaching department led by Gernot Rohr will receive all outstanding wages soon”

Soon na next next year…say around June
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I don’t know which is worse; your dishonest thoughtless comments on the situation or the shortcomings
make peaceful change impossible make violent change inevitable.

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Cellular wrote: Tue Oct 05, 2021 6:31 pm Why is this man working for free?

Make im resign na.
...why are you not paying him?
Why did you contract him?
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@Iworo thanks for this

Rohr signed with NFF, not Aiteo
If he goes to CAS for restitution na NFF that’s liable
iworo wrote: Wed Oct 06, 2021 7:49 pm
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Pasamu on Monday Feb 22nd 2010 post ANC- I will repeat again, the problem with our team was never ability or personnel or even tactics . It was confidence pure and simple confidence. Amodus team had been spat upon, anything they did was dismissed as insignificant To see the team going from playing brilliant football against Egypt in the first half of their ANC group game to the cautious fear laden play against Zambia was sad.
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tedder89 wrote: Wed Oct 06, 2021 8:23 pm @Iworo thanks for this

Rohr signed with NFF, not Aiteo
If he goes to CAS for restitution na NFF that’s liable
iworo wrote: Wed Oct 06, 2021 7:49 pm
You're welcome. :agree: :agree:
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mcal wrote: Wed Oct 06, 2021 2:49 am
Cellular wrote: Tue Oct 05, 2021 6:31 pm Why is this man working for free?

Make im resign na.
...why are you not paying him?
Why did you contract him?
You missed his point. That’s one of the criticisms of local SE coaches on this forum. The inference being that they aren’t pushing for their salary because they make money off being player agents.
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