- Gernot Rohr is reportedly being owed three months salary by the Nigeria Football Federation according to renowned sports reporter Osasu Obayiwana
- The German has not been paid any salary since July this year
- Rohr will lead Super Eagles to a friendly encounter against Brazil in Singapore
Gernot Rohr who is the handler of the Super Eagles has reportedly not being paid his salaries for three months by the Nigeria Football Federation.
This is according to a tweet by renowned sports reporter Osasu Obayiwana, and it comes two days to the big friendly match between Nigeria and Brazil.
Rohr is on $50,000 monthly salary, and this means the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has not paid the German since July.
Last year, there were also reports that Gernot Rohr was owed four months salary by the Nigeria Football Federation before he was later paid.
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The 66-year-old German has been the coach of the Super Eagles since August 2016 and took Nigeria to the last World Cup in Russia.
He also steered the Super Eagles to win bronze medal at the 2019 African Cup of Nations in Egypt beating Tunisia in the third place match.
Meanwhile, Gernot Rohr and his wards are currently in Singapore where they are preparing to face Brazil on Sunday, October 13.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Senegal came from a goal down to force five-time World Cup champions Brazil to 1-1 draw at the Singapore National Stadium.
The Lions of Teranga, who finished second at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt conceded first with Liverpool forward Roberto Firmino firing the Selecao ahead just after nine minutes.
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