Nigeria: FIFA Orders NFF to Pay Gernot Rohr N157m for Breach of Contract

World soccer ruling physique, FIFA, has ordered the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) to pay sacked Super Eagles Head Coach, Gernot Rohr, $380,000 (about N157million) in compensation.

Rohr was disengaged from the Eagles job following states of poor performances by the senior Nigerian soccer crew forward of the 2021 African Cup of Nations in Cameroon.

But Rohr who took cost of the crew in August 2016 and was kicked out in December final yr, was not glad with NFF’s motion and the promise of paying his salaries until the expiration of his contract in 2022.

The Franco-German gaffer due to this fact approached FIFA to demand an extra sum for breach of contract with out simply trigger.

Rohr, 68, had sought a complete of £1million however has been granted $377,879.46 after a FIFA tribunal determined his declare was “partially accepted insofar as it is admissible”.

According to BBC Sports Africa, the ruling by the FIFA gamers’ standing chamber added that the NFF could be sanctioned if Rohr was not paid in full inside 45 days.

“If full payment (including all applicable interest) is not made within 45 days of notification of this decision, the respondent (the NFF) shall be imposed a restriction on receiving a percentage of development funding, up until the due amounts are paid,” stated the FIFA choice.

The NFF, which is on the verge of asserting one other international coach for the Super Eagles, is not going to be interesting the choice.

And a high official of the soccer physique has hailed the FIFA ruling as a victory for the West African nation.