Super Eagles assistant coach, Jean Francois Lusciuto has reportedly pleaded with the Nigeria Football Federation to be paid at least a part (a month’s salary) of what it owes him in salaries for his treatment in Belgium. The Belgian, who had a surgery for a stomach disorder in South Africa last month was left stranded in Lagos when the Eagles returned from the 2016 CHAN in Rwanda and had to return to his family in Togo is being owed five months’ pay, which is about  N10m at N2m /month.

A source hinted Africanfootball.com.“The ‘whiteman’ is really down — his stomach problem, which needed surgery in South Africa, has persisted and he now wants to fly to Belgium for better treatment. He has said he only needs his salary for a month to do that and he has written several mails to the NFF, but sadly he has not received any reply.”