See How Much Nigeria Will Pay Gernot Rohr If sacked
Nigeria’s Super Eagles head coach, Gernot Rohr, will receive a hefty compensation of $2 million (approximately N822 million) if sacked by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF). infoguidenigeria
Reports had emerged online on Thursday morning that the NFF sacked Rohr following Nigeria’s World Cup qualifier 1-1 draw with Cape Verde in Lagos.
The various reports have it that the NFF’s Assistant Director, Media, Ademola Olajire, denied knowledge of Rohr’s sacking.
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According to dailypost, Olajire insisted that it’s only after a board meeting of the NFF and a signed statement released that Rohr’s sack could be authenticated. Jamb result
It will be important to point out that the financial implication of sacking Rohr now is that he will get a payoff of over N600 million because he pays his coaching staff from his salary.
Rohr gets $45,000 per month as salary and has one and half years still to go. So, the NFF will look to cough out if they decide to sack him this month.
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