The Nigeria Soccer Federation (NFF) has claimed Jose Peseiro has now no longer signed any contract to take over the national crew after the 2021 Africa Cup of International locations.
Augustine Eguavoen, who’s currently the NFF technical director, used to be put in fee of the crew after Gernot Rohr used to be fired.
The faded defender has led the Huge Eagles to a couple straight victories on the AFCON, despite having barely two weeks to prepare the crew.
On the bogus hand, days after Eguavoen’s appointment, Peseiro used to be presented as the person to take over after the tournament.
The 61-one year-ancient used to be anticipated to be in Cameroon as an observer earlier than taking on for the World Cup qualifiers in March, but has now no longer travelled.
“He’s now no longer in Cameroon because now we comprise now no longer signed a contract with him but.
“If he had signed a contract, he would comprise positively been in Cameroon as deliberate.
“We are managing the final public belief. So now we should always search at what the folk need and we also know what we need to boot.
“What we all agree on is that we need the crew to blueprint well, to play appropriate soccer, to invent Nigerians ecstatic and to steal trophies,” a member of the NFF govt council who does now no longer wish to be named, told ESPN.