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Nigerians React “on Twitter” on Gernot Rohr new contract Extension

Nigerians React "on Twitter" on  Gernot Rohr new contract Extension 1 Sportelo

NFF President Amaju Pinnick on Wednesday confirmed a new deal for Super Eagles Coach Genort Rohr, fans have taken to Twitter to express themselves

The news seems not to be welcomed by a number of Nigerian football fans as they used social media to express their dissatisfaction with news of Gernot Rhor contract extension.

Many Were disappointed with the “objectives” that was included in the new contract issued to the German tactician

“We can now focus on qualifying for the World Cup and winning the Nations Cup. In truth, these are sacrosanct and Coach Rohr is aware of these conditions.” according to Pinnick.

Reactions On Twitter

@NyikyaaKelvin wrote ” NFF president is a man of little faith, I’ve never heard that Argentina only focus on qualifying for the world cup and winning the Copa America as their set goals.”

Another Twitter user @sunday_nectar replied “In my opinion extending Rohr stay is a No No, but my opinion doesn’t matter

@PreciousSegun wrote ‘Just qualifying for the world cup or reaching the semi-final?”

@EMZy123 More respectball incoming, this man is tactically inept and shouldn’t be in charge of a young promising team like the super eagles, we’re tired of his cowardice tactics.

Not all were negative thou

@syngar “Congratulation to Rhor for his new contract.renewal of his contract is well deserved because he has done well with the national team thereby increasing our FIFA ranking in the African continent and the global stage. #ThumbsupNFF

@egrego Replying to @PinnickAmaju and @thenffCongratulations NFF, Rhor & Nigeria. Now we can focus on moving our football forward and winning laurels

The 66-year-old took charge of the Super Eagles in 2016 and lead the team to 2018 World Cup in Russia and a third-place finish at the AFCON nations Cup.

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