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Sunday Oliseh beckons on NFF to pay him debts owed while he is still alive

Former Super Eagles captain, Sunday Oliseh has beckoned on the NFF to pay him and Francois Loscuito their unpaid debts without litigation.

Sunday Oliseh was appointed coach of the national team in July 2015 but resigned shortly in February 2016 citing contract violations, unpaid wages and benefits to players and assistant coach as part of the reasons for his resignation. He also had chains of battle with the NFF, media and fans owing to Nigeria’s early exit from the African National Championship.

The Amaju Pinnick led board has disregarded letters from his assistant’s (Francois Loscuito) lawyer and worries the Court of Arbitration for Sports could clamp down heavily on the country.

Oliseh wrote on twitter;

“Hope the NFF will pay coach Losciuto & myself the huge amounts they still owe us without litigation whilst we are alive! Pray they listen!

For 5 months, Losciuto's lawyers' letters to D NFF have been ignored. Should CAS suspend Nigeria it is not his fault.B4 they lie 2 you again!” oliseh tweeted through his tweeter handle@SundayOOliseh .

 

 

 

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