Lagos - The Nigeria Football Federation has been told not to hire a foreign coach for the Super Eagles, at least for now, Independent report.
Minister for Youth and Sports Solomon Dalung cited the tough economic situation of the country as the reason why no foreign coach should be employed yet.
The Super Eagles have been without a coach since Sunday Oliseh resigned in February.
Salisu Yusuf was designated to take over as caretaker coach.
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Dalung claimed that past indigenous coaches are being owed, without any hope of payment. He added that even the late Stephen Keshi and Shuaibu Amodu were being owed till death.
News24 reported that the NFF contacted five foreign coaches for the job of the Super Eagles.
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- News24 Nigeria