"NFF Pays Foreign Coaches $50k A Month But Pay Local Coaches N1 Million" - Siasia Alleges (Vid)

Date: 20-04-2024 8:55 pm (1 month ago) | Author: Mister Jay Wonder
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In a recent revelation that has stirred controversy within Nigerian football circles, former Super Eagles coach, Samson Siasia, has alleged significant disparities in the salaries paid to foreign and local coaches by the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF).

According to Siasia, who served as head coach of the Super Eagles on two separate occasions, foreign coaches hired by the NFF are reportedly paid a monthly salary of $50,000, while their local counterparts receive a mere fraction of that amount, averaging around N1 million.

This revelation has raised eyebrows and sparked debate over the fairness and equity of the NFF's compensation structure for coaching staff. Siasia, who has been vocal about the need for better treatment of local coaches, expressed his frustration at what he perceives as a glaring disparity in pay.

"It's unacceptable that foreign coaches are paid exorbitant salaries while our local coaches are grossly underpaid," Siasia stated in a recent interview. "We have talented coaches here in Nigeria who are just as capable, if not more, but they are not given the same opportunities or compensation."

Siasia's allegations have drawn attention to the broader issue of recognition and support for local talent within the Nigerian football ecosystem. Many have echoed his sentiments, calling for a reevaluation of the NFF's policies to ensure fair treatment and equal opportunities for all coaches, regardless of their nationality.

In response to Siasia's claims, the NFF has remained tight-lipped, with no official statement addressing the allegations thus far. However, the controversy has sparked discussions on social media platforms and among football enthusiasts, prompting calls for transparency and accountability in the management of Nigeria's football affairs.

As the debate continues to unfold, stakeholders are urging the NFF to address the issue promptly and take concrete steps towards fostering a more inclusive and equitable environment for coaches at all levels of the game.

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