·    We owe you no money - NFF
Former Super Eagles coach, Sunday Oliseh is once again locked in a controversy over claims of outstanding salaries owed him and his assistant, Jean Francois Loscuito.
Oliseh, who resigned as coach of the national team on February 25 in the middle of the Africa Cup of Na­tions qualifying campaign, stoked the amber of the unpaid salaries yesterday when he demanded that the NFF should pay him and his as­sistant while they are alive.
Though, the case is pending at the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS), Oliseh went on his Twitter account to let his former employ­ers know he is still waiting for his money.
The NFF is reportedly owing two former coaches (the late Stephen Keshi and Amodu Shaibu) who passed on last month and Oliseh who resigned after seven months of being in charge of the team has de­manded that the FA pays him and his assistant “whilst we are alive.”
“Hope the NFF will pay coach Losciuto and myself the huge amounts they still owe us without litigation whilst we are alive! Pray they listen” Oliseh tweeted via his handle @SundayOOliseh on Friday.
Oliseh resigned in February cit­ing lack of support from the NFF and unpaid salaries.
But in a swift reaction to Oliseh’s claim, the NFF insisted it is not ow­ing the former Super Eagles captain “any money whatsoever.”-The Authority.