Henry Nwosu urges NFF to make clear points surrounding Rohr’s contract

Former Super Eagles’ Captain, Henry Nwosu has urged the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) to make clear its stance on the senior nationwide workforce supervisor, Gernot Rohr, saying leaving the German within the lurch might hurt the workforce.

Recently, Rohr tweeted that he was nonetheless ready for the NFF to resolve on his future with the Eagles, including that was the whole lot was depending on the federation.

Nwosu instructed The Guardian on Tuesday that the NFF ought to both renew Rohr’s contract or let him go, including that the nationwide workforce coach ought to be by now finalizing his workforce for the African Nations Cup and World Cup qualifiers.

“It is harmful for the NFF to proceed dragging the problem of the renewal of Rohr’s contract.

“We don’t know when the Coronavirus scare will finish… but when it ends in June and the NFF has nonetheless not resolved the Rohr subject, he may dumb the nationwide workforce and transfer on. This may have an effect on the Eagles’ construct up for the qualifiers.

“I believe Rohr has done a good job with the Eagles and they should allow him to continue. But if the NFF doesn’t want to review his contract, then they should move for another coach while there is still time,” he mentioned.

The NFF engaged the German coach in August 2016 on a two-year contract, which was renewed in January 2018 forward of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. The present contract will expire in June.

There are speculations that the German might not deal with the workforce when the AFCON qualifiers resume with a doubleheader in opposition to Sierra Leone. The NFF, nonetheless, mentioned just lately that their attorneys are making ready a brand new contract for Rohr, with some situations connected to make for a extra disciplined workforce.


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