Breaking: Super Eagles Instructor Yusuf restricted, Fined over Installment
The Nigeria Football Federation on Wednesday said it had restricted Super Eagles mentor Salisu Yusuf for a year and fined him $5,000 (4,300 euros) for accepting money from covert writers acting like operators.
The NFF morals and reasonable play board discovered Yusuf liable of tolerating $1,000 after he was gotten on camera being approached to choose two players for the 2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN).
the NFF said
“He is thus restricted for the time of one year, from sharing or contribution or interest in any football-related action, powerful from the date of this choice,”
“He is likewise fined in the whole of $5,000 to be paid inside three months of the date of this choice.”
Yusuf, who denied any bad behavior, has the choice to claim.
The BBC, which broadcast the recording, said the report was a piece of a more extensive examination concerning defilement in African football by the Ghanaian writer Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
His open prompted the renunciation of the leader of the Ghana Football Association, Kwesi Nyantakyi, after he was blamed for requesting rewards and kickbacks.
Yusuf said because of the BBC in July that the total was $750, not $1,000, and was an “endowment of unimportant and emblematic esteem”, that was satisfactory inside NFF and FIFA rules.
In any case, the board of trustees said Yusuf’s activities had “a harming impact on the notoriety and uprightness of Nigerian football”.
It included that “he should have acted all the more professionally… as his direct openly and in mystery ought to be praiseworthy, since mentors are good examples”.
Yusuf, who already instructed Enyimba and Kano Pillars, helped senior men’s group mentor Gernot Rohr steer the Super Eagles to the current year’s World Cup in Russia.