In what could be described as national insult, the newly-appointed Super Eagles coach, Paul Le Guen, has rejected the offer by the Nigeria Football Federation, according to reports, TheeaglesOnline reports
The Technical and Development Committee of the NFF had on Monday named Le Guen as the new Super Eagles head coach. However, top French journalist, Herve Penot, revealed on his verified Twitter handle, @hpenot_lequipe, in French that the tactician will not go to Nigeria since his conditions were not met by the NFF.
Penot tweeted: “Paul le Guen will not go to Nigeria. Conditions not met to be coach. Nothing to do with the selection.”
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— Herve Penot (@hpenot_lequipe) July 18, 2016
After so much application for the top job, the Technical and Development Committee of the NFF on Monday named Le Guen as the new gaffer from a three-man-shortlist, which included Belgian tactician, Tom Saintfiet, and Nigeria’s Salisu Yusuf.
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Recall that former coach of the Super Eagles, Sunday Oliseh, resigned his position, citing a breach of contract by Nigeria’s football body.
The former captain announced his resignation, citing unpaid salaries, lack of cooperation, among other factors as responsible for his action. With the new development, Nigeria’s chances of qualifying for the 2018 Fifa World Cup in Russia may be at danger.