The Nigeria Football Federation have drawn another plan ‘B’ of coaches that will replaced Paul Le Guen as the Super Eagles coach after he rejected the terms of contract offered to him.
The French born tacticians was selected by the Technical and Development Committee of the Nigeria Football Federation on Monday, in a bid to qualify the team for the 2018 FIFA World Cup where the team has been pitted alongside Algeria, Cameroon and Zambia.
According a reporter at L’ Euipe, Herve Penot who wrote on his twitter handle “Pour info : Paul le Guen n’ira pas au Nigeria. Les conditions pas réunies pour être sélectionneur. Rien à voir aujourd’hui avec la sélection” meaning”Paul Le Guen rejects Nigeria. Frenchman insists the country’s FA (NFF) yet to meet terms and conditions to be coach.”
However, the chairman of the NFF’s executive committee, Barrister Christopher Green has revealed that the board won’t beg Le Guen to accept the Super Eagles job as there are coaches waiting for this opportunity.
“We will look at the next door if Le Guen decides not to accept the terms we offered him.
“A lot of top coaches applied to coach Nigeria and even more (who did not officially apply) are desirous of coaching Nigeria.
“The options are open and we want to assure Nigerians that we will contract a coach that will befit the status of one of the best national teams on the African continent.
“We are working assiduously to make Nigerians happy and will not relent till we achieve set objectives,” he said.
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