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Monday, March 14, 2016

Le Guen favourite to land Super Eagles job, demands double Oliseh’s salary

Le Guen favourite to land Super Eagles job, demands double Oliseh’s salary

Former Lyon manager, Paul Le Guen, is leading the race to become the new coach of the Super Eagles.

According to reports, the ex French international has entered into negotiations with the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), over the possibility of taking the role.

He has reportedly agreed a deal in principle, which will see him earn $50,000 a month – double of what Sunday Oliseh earned before he resigned.

Le Guen, who was dismissed as head coach of Oman, after the team lost 2-1 to Turkmenistan on November 17, 2015, is also requesting for former Nigeria captain, Jay Jay Okocha, to be his first assistant if he takes the job.

Samson Siasia, who will be leading the Dream Team to this year’s Olympic Games, is currently in charge of the team on a temporary basis.

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