By Johnny Edward:
The Nigerian Football Federation has been handed a three day ultimatum by world football governing body, FIFA, to pay up Jean Francois Loscuito outstanding salaries or risk being sanctioned, Completesportsnigeria.com has gathered.
Loscuito is being owed five months salary, just like Yusuf Salisu and Allloy Agu who are currently assisting interim coach Samson Siasia.
The NFF who has been asked to vacate the glass house in Abuja following the judgement of the Jos High Court, which on Friday decided to re-list a case brought by Ambassador Chris Giwa against the elected NFF administration of Amaju Melvin Pinnick risk further sanction from FIFA over breach of contract concerning her former employee Loscuito.
"They need to weed out the bad eggs in the NFF if our football must grow again," the source remarks.
'Louiscuito's case is still pending and we have until Tuesday to avert the FIFA sanction. But we are still in shock over the court case."
Meanwhile, Nigeria Football Federation have swiftly moved to file an appeal, a motion to vacate the order and a motion for a stay-of-execution against the verdict of the Jos court