Samson Siasia says he needs the NFF and Nigerians support as Super Eagles interim coach

NFF Set To Sack Siasia Over Unpaid Salaries Outburst

—Salisu Yusuf Lined Up As Replacement


EXCLUSIVE By David Meshioye:


The Nigeria Football Federation top brass are mulling over sacking U-23s head coach Samson Siasia, Completesportsnigeria.com can exclusively report.

A Completesportsnigeria.com source at the Glass House revealed that the country’s football governing body executives are miffed at Siasia for speaking with the press over the non-payment of salaries.

Peeved by Siasia's outburst, which was celebrated by the media in midweek, the body is toying with the idea of restructuring the Super Eagles coaching crew, a decision that would see Salisu Yussuf deployed as U-23 Eagles head coach with Fatai Amao and Ogunbote as assistants.

Completesportsnigeria.com can also report Siasia has been ordered to respond to the query issued to him to explain why he should not be sanctioned.

According to our source, the NFF officials were irritated on the grounds that Siasia and other national team coaches were told why salaries were being delayed and that efforts are in top gear to ensure the salaries are paid soonest.

NFF’s cash flow has been hampered by the new rule which states that the country’s soccer governing body must run only one revenue account.

“Siasia is facing the sack except there is a divine intervention because the NFF is serious angry with him for going on air to spread the dirty linen in public," the NFF source said.

"He is not the only coach we are owing. Amuneke and Salisu Abubakar too are still being owed and these people have not gone to the press to make such claims.

"We explained to them the cause of this problem and then appealed to the coaches to be patient only for Siasia to go to the press.”

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9 Comments

  1. Reply Post By AFOLABI DAVID

    THE NFF KNOWS THE GUY HAS A CRUSIAL TOURNAMENT TO PLAY AND YET MONEY IS BEING OWNED THE COACHES AND PLAYERS, YET YOU WILL WANT THEM TO PERFORM. ALL THIS IS DISTRACTION. IF HE FAILS, YOU PUT THE BLAME ON HIM AND STILL SACK HIM NOT KNOWING THAT YOU CAUSED IT. NFF SHOULD BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ONE AND ACCEPT SOME BASIC TRUTH AND CRITISM INSTEAS OF THIS BOSS AND SLAVE CONTRACT WITH THEIR EMPLOYEE.

    NOW SALISU WILL TAKE OVER AND EXPECT HIM TO DO WONDER IN NEXT MONTH YOUTH CHAMPIONSHIP WITH NEW IDEA AND PHYLOSOPHY WHICH THE BOYS NEED TO BE ADAPTED TO, MEANWHIE THE BOYS HAVE ALREADY GOT YOU TO SIA1 PATTERN AND SYSTEM OF PLAY ALREADY. AMAJU SHOULD JUST TAKE IT EASY. AFTERALL CUTTING THE HEAD OFF IS NEVER THE SOLUTION FOR HEADACHE.

     

    GOD BLESS NIGERIA

  2. Reply Post By Michael

    This is ridiculous! This shows that the football federation is clueless, sacking a coach because you refused to pay him and his staffs? You guys are clowns up in that nff

  3. Reply Post By Charles

    I think the NFF officials are only being untrue to themselves. would Amaju pinnick beat his chest and confirm to Nigerians that he has not received is salary for this month,but he is quick to sanction coaches for their entitlement . Also , why won’t Siasia scream when Oliseh was paid 5 months upfront before he started the job. Are they not coaches who are employed to server their father land. why will other be treated unjustly I their father’s land. This is tribal-racism and has to stop.

  4. “He is not the only coach we are owing and Amuneke and Salisu Abubakar too are still being owed and these people have not gone to the press to make such claims”. What? Three months salaries, so these coaches doesn’t have a family? Money apart, if Siasia fail to qualify to Olympic 2016, we would blame him for his failure but it’s better to speak out than to get killed silently. Kudos to you Sia1. No freedom of speech! From Enyeama to Siasia, who is the next person to follow these great gentle men? Hmm, politics can never works with football. That’s why we needed our ex players to be in that role of the NFF. God bless Nigeria!

  5. Reply Post By Michael Omotor

    Attempting to fire coach siasa is a lousy move because you cannot fire a competent coach over unpaid salary.All the executives nff, nsc, senators etc should forfeit their monthly paycheck and let’s see how it feels.Pay him now.

  6. Reply Post By Adewale Sennuga

    This issue to me is not a good one to hear to for every esteem football fans in Nigeria. In this case, I want the NFF Officias to think and search their conscience if they are to be in the shoe of Coach Samso Siasia who they liked to be owed back-logged of salaries without complaining. "What is good for the goose is also good for the gander". Please kindly think about the consequence of your decision to sack the U-23 coach at this dying minute of preparation for the 2016 Olympic Qualifiers which I believe our opposing teams at this tournament will be happy for this scenario bedevilling the football house at this moment. Think NFF, Think before it is too late. God bless Nigeria!

  7. Reply Post By obi obanghe

    Siasia is wrong to openly declare the inability of the federation to pay. It doesn’t speak well of the country. However, it is not a justification to sack him.

  8. Reply Post By Ayodeji

    I wonder how NFF thinks, that is if it even thinks at all. You expect to be patted on the back or commended for your inefficiencies. So pathetic.

  9. Reply Post By Ibrahim Abdulsalam

    Na wa oo!! How come ‘one revenue account’ is not affecting other ministries and parastatals only the NFF? What a silly excuse! They had better caution themselves before PMB’s ‘CHANGE’ goes in there.

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