The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has opened up to owing many national team coaches under its employment many months of salaries.
Recall that few weeks back it was speculated that NFF is owing the Super Eagles head coach, Jose Peseiro and his Super Falcons counterpart, Randy Waldrum.
Other national teams are also reportedly owed several months’ salaries by the NFF.
Reports also say, the under 20 coach Ladan Bosso, presently with the Flying Eagles is also being owed salaries for months.
Director of Communications Ademola Olajire admitted that the football house is currently cash-strapped and cannot pay its workers.
“The NFF has been facing huge financial challenges and there is an ongoing effort to resolve all the issues relating to unpaid wages,” Olajire told BBC Sport Africa.
“It is unfortunately not something to be proud of and the new board of the federation is working hard to resolve the problems.”
Aside from the coaches, players of the different national teams are also owed camp allowances and match bonuses.