- Gernot Rohr has refused to speak about his future with the Super Eagles
- The German born tactician is in Singapore for the friendly game against Brazil on Sunday
- Rohr failed to comment on his salary issues with the NFF
Nigeria's technical adviser Gernot Rohr will not comment over his uncertain future as the Super Eagles head coach.
There have been speculation that the German born tactician has not been paid his salary in the last three months.
However, the Nigeria Football Federation have debunked vehemently the news that it is owing the 2019 AFCON bronze medal winning coach.
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It would be recalled that Thomas Dennerby also cited same reason in his resignation letter terminating his contract as the Super Falcons coach earlier this week.
When asked about the speculation of his unpaid salary, Rohr rold BBC Sport: "I cannot talk about my future now, let's concentrate on the Brazil game and not me.
The 66-year-old insisted that he wants to concentrate on the friendly game against Brazil in Singapore on Sunday.
He further stated that the outcome of the match will determine how their two legged 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers will pan out in November.
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"It is late here in Singapore and this game can help us prepare for the two Nations Cup qualifying matches in November.
"After late arrivals of delegation, two players and equipment, we are finally ready for the big friendly on Sunday."
Legit.ng earlier reported that 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.
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