- Brazil vs Nigeria's international friendly match will come up on Sunday, October 13
- Gernot Rohr has however stated that he is not planning to quit the Super Eagles
- Rohr took the Super Eagles of Nigeria to Egypt where they won bronze in AFCON 2019
Super Eagles gaffer Gernot Rohr has rubbished reports that he is planning to leave his team after their international friendly match against Brazil in Singapore.
There have been reports that Gernot Rohr is not happy with the eggheads at the Nigeria Football Federation for saying they are owing him only one month salary.
Reports added that the former Burkina Faso coach is however planning to quit Super Eagles if the situation does not change.
And while speaking with the media in Singapore, Gernot Rohr stated that the friendly against Brazil will help his wards prepare for the 2021 Nations Cup qualification.
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“This is an important test game for us, and we are here to learn from the best. We hope for a very good game against Brazil on Sunday.
''This will help us prepare ourselves for the 2021 AFCON qualifiers against Benin Republic and Lesotho next month,'' Gernot Rohr explained according to NFF statement.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Nigeria will for the first time in 14 years play the Samba Boys in an international friendly in what is expected to be the biggest test since Gernot Rohr became coach of the national team.
And Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi believes something positive an come out of the game despite Tite fielding his world class players against the young Super Eagles stars.
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