INTERVIEW – Gusau: ‘NFF Will Get Nigerians’ Advice About Peseiro’s Job; How We’ll Make Nigerian Football, Domestic Leagues Great’

The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) President, Ibrahim Musa Gusau, recently gave an exclusive interview to Gbamm! Loving Football, where he addressed a wide range of questions from fans and the media. One of the major issues discussed was the financial challenges facing the NFF and its impact on the Super Eagles.

Gusau acknowledged the difficulties faced by the NFF and revealed that the non-compliance of oil company AITEO to an agreement affected the payment of coaches and the Federation Cup competition. However, he remained optimistic that the NFF would attract private investors to improve its finances and support the Super Eagles.

The NFF President also discussed the Nigerian League, which he believes has made significant improvements in the just-concluded season. He expressed his desire to maintain the momentum and increase TV coverage for the league. Gusau revealed that the NFF is also working towards making the environment conducive for private sector participants to grow and develop football in Nigeria.

When asked about the future of Super Eagles coach Jose Peseiro, Gusau revealed that the NFF planned to conduct an opinion poll to hear the views of Nigerians. He also stated that the NFF would consider hiring an indigenous coach if the poll results favored it.

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Overall, the interview with Gusau provided insight into the challenges facing the NFF and its plans to improve the state of football in Nigeria. With the support of private investors and the implementation of necessary reforms, the NFF hopes to continue the positive momentum in the Nigerian League and support the success of the Super Eagles.

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