New Super Eagles coach designate to earn twice as much as Oliseh and Keshi
Former French player and manager, Paul Le Guen who is reportedly going to take the reins as head coach of the Nigeria national team has been offered a salary of around $44,000 a month, owngoalnigeria.com confirmed.
A member of the Technical Committee of the Nigeria Football Federation hinted that the ex Cameroon coach would earn twice the salary of the last two Super Eagles coaches; Sunday Oliseh and the late Stephen Keshi. Both coaches earned $21,000 a month
“Le Guen is not an indigenous coach and it’s only normal that expatriates earn more, it’s a common practice, for instance Roy Hodgson until his resignation yesterday wasn’t earning what Fabio Capello earned as coach of England” the source added.