President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) Amaju Pinnick has confirmed that they are still owing sacked Super Eagles coach, Gernot Rohr some outstanding salaries.
Pinnick said this on Monday while he was a guest on Channels Televisión’s Sunrise Daily breakfast programme.
He also confirmed that the NFF was owing Rohr for some months, saying the lack of discipline among the players was one of the major setbacks in the team.
“For Gernot Rohr, I know we paid him for about five months. We were owing him for a couple of months, then we cleared about five months.”
“We did everything that we could, but one major factor was that discipline in the team is lost practically. In the dressing room, discipline in the team was at its lowest edge and once you remove discipline, that foundation in the team has cracked,” he said.
“Players now talk back at you, players believe that they are indispensable. A lot of factors that will now militate against the team. We are only owing about two matches of all the matches they played in both AFCON qualifiers and World Cup qualifiers.
This article was updated 7 months ago