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‘NFF Offers Super Eagles Coach Jose Peseiro Contract Worth $50,000 Per Month’



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The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has reportedly prepared a contract for the out-of-contract Super Eagles of Nigeria coach, Jose Peseiro.

Reports claimed that the new contract the NFF has reportedly prepared for Jose Peseiro will earn the Portuguese tactician a whopping $50,000 per month which is said to be the same salary he was being paid based on his previous contract.

Recall that the 63-year-old Portuguese tactician became the coach of the Super Eagles on May 15, 2022. He inherited a team that failed to go beyond the 2021 AFCON round of 16 and also failed to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

The Portuguese tactician managed to build a team that qualified for the 2023 AFCON with ease and also took them to the final of the tournament which they lost 2-1 to the hosts, Ivory Coast.

Ahead of the tournament, reports claimed that his contract would expire after the tournament, and the NFF reportedly gave him the condition that he can only be offered a new contract if he led the Super Eagles to the 2023 AFCON semi-final.

Fortunately for the Portuguese tactician, he achieved the target and even exceeded it. But since the tournament ended on February 11, 2024, the NFF has been dragging the contract process, according to reports.

A report by Daily Post featured a quote from a source who spoke to ScoreNigeria claiming that the NFF has done its part over the new deal, and it is now left for Jose Peseiro to do his part by accepting the offer from the NFF.

“He has been offered by the NFF the same $50,000 monthly salary because that is what they can afford,” the source said.

“The ball is now in the court of the coach to accept this or reject it.


Breaking: Enugu Rangers Emerge NPFL Champions



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Enugu Rangers on Sunday emerged champions of the 2023/2024 Nigerian Premier Football League (NPFL) champions.

The team emerged as NPFL champions after defeating Bendel Insurance 2-0 in front of their home fans in Enugu.

Kenechukwu Agu put Rangers ahead after 32 minutes in the game, and Chidiebere Nwobodo increased the home team’s advantage after 65 minutes on the clock.

The win cements the top spot for the Enugu-based side, and their final game of the season, which is away to already relegated Gombe United, would be a mere formality.

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NFF Breaks Silence Over Finidi George’s Resignation



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The head of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Ibrahim Gusau, has told newsmen that he is unaware of Super Eagles coach, Finidi George’s reported resignation.

Naija Latest Gist reports that Finidi George made headlines on Saturday morning after reports of his sudden resignation surfaced on the internet.

The embattled Super Eagles coach had stepped down after the NFF declared its intention to bring in an international expert as the Super Eagles’ new coach, following their poor showing in the 2026 World Cup qualifying rounds.

The Eagles have only managed to score three points out of a possible 12, landing them in fifth place in Group C, which has cast doubt on their chances of qualifying.

Their poor performances have angered the nation’s football-loving population, who are still reeling from the team’s failure to qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

The announcement by the NFF on Thursday sparked a variety of reactions, with some Eagles supporters urging the federation’s board and George to step down.

Reports suggest that George is furious over the NFF’s decision to meet with the sports minister two days prior, without addressing the issue of players arriving late to training and the NFF’s lack of effort to rally support from Nigerians in Ivory Coast for the Eagles’ match against Benin Republic on last Monday.

The reports also indicate that George resigned from his position as the Eagles’ coach this morning (today).

However, when asked about the news making the round on Saturday, Gusau said he was unaware of George’s decision to let go of his appointment as Super Eagles coach.

“Not yet aware,” Gusau reportedly told The PUNCH in a chat on Saturday, June 15.

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Transfer: Galatasaray Makes Fresh Offer For Nigeria’s Wilfred Ndidi



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Galatasaray, the reigning champions of the Turkish Super Lig, are intensifying their efforts to secure the services of Leicester City star, Wilfred Ndidi.

Naija Latest Gist reports that Ndidi is set to become a free agent by the end of the month, and negotiations are ongoing between Leicester City and the midfielder regarding a potential contract extension.

Renowned transfer expert, Nicolo Schira, has reported that Galatasaray has put forward a three-year contract offer to Ndidi, possibly extending it for another year.

The 27-year-old defensive midfielder has been a key player for Leicester City since he arrived in 2017.

However, with his current deal expiring soon, Ndidi appears to be considering a move away from the King Power Stadium.

Reports from Fanatik suggest that Leicester City has struggled to persuade Ndidi to commit his future to the club, opening the door for Turkish teams to enter the race for his signature.

Apart from Galatasaray, Trabzonspor and Besiktas are reportedly interested in securing Ndidi’s services.

Trabzonspor, looking to strengthen their attacking and midfield options, have shown interest in Ndidi and Paul Onuachu.

The Black Sea Storm are determined to sign Ndidi and have presented an attractive offer, including a significant signing bonus.

On the other hand, Galatasaray has strongly proposed a three-plus-one-year contract to entice Ndidi to choose them over other potential suitors.

Ndidi’s consistent performances at Leicester City have made him a highly sought-after player in the transfer market.

Last season, the Nigerian player played 36 matches, scoring six goals and providing six assists for the Foxes.

In addition to his club contributions, Ndidi has been a key player for the Nigerian national team, featuring prominently in their recent FIFA World Cup qualifying matches against South Africa and Benin Republic.

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