Despite claims by Golden Eaglets Head Coach Emmanuel Amuneke over non-payment of National coaches apart from newly appointed Super Eagles handler Sunday Oliseh, the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF has chosen to keep tight lips and watch its employees work without pay.
When Nigerian Pilot Sports sought to get the reaction of the federation over the matter, a ranking member of NFF and Chairman, Technical committee Felix Anyansi described it as an ordinary rumour and such won’t speak further.
He only muttered “I can’t react to that now because to me, is a speculation, I wish Amunike is here with me now or play what he said before I can react. Now let me tell you this, this is not the forum for me to react on such question, I’m not going to react to it.”
Amuneke had advised NFF not to expect anything from him at the FIFA U17 World Cup in Chile as he’s yet to be paid his salaries for several months.
The former Nigeria international reacted to claims by the NFF that they have paid new Super Eagles coach Sunday Oliseh three months’ salary upfront.
He added “Well nobody should expect anything from me since they haven’t paid me. The people that paid Oliseh decided to pay Oliseh.
“So if they owe other coaches and they paid Oliseh, I think it is not fair,” Amuneke said.
The former Nigeria winger is believed to be earning N1m as monthly salary, compared to Sunday Oliseh’s N5m monthly salary.

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