NFF President Pinnick criticises Rohr for public demand for salary
By TVC News Nigeria
05 December 2019 | 2:47 pm
President of the Nigerian Football Federation, Amaju Pinnick has criticised coach Gernot Rohr for publicly demanding for his salary. Pinnick who spoke to journalists in Delta state denied that the NFF is owing coach Gernot Rohr but the coach told journalists that the NFF is owing him three months salary.
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