The news making the rounds just before last weekend's jaw dropping friendly against Brazil was that the Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr was thinking of quitting his post due to unpaid wages.
Recall, erstwhile coach of the Super Falcons Thomas Dennerby recently called it a day with NFF due to irreconcilable differences.
Should the unthinkable happen (hopefully not) and Rohr does turn his back on Nigeria, Afrofooty looks at potential foreign candidates that could be considered for the position.
1. Abel Xavi: the 46 Young dynamic and a former Portuguese defender, who once managed Mozambique, could inject some Portuguese flavours to Nigerias game. If hungry for national team success, he could take Nigeria places. 2. Slavan Billic: if he is willing to go back to national team management, the former Croatia head coach, who famously recorded a famous victory against in England at Wembley, can do well with Nigeria. 3. Sol Campbell : Raw determination and desire for success might well spur the ex-Arsenal man to success in Nigeria. 4. Kevin Nolan : Okocha's former teammate might relish the opportunity of coaching Nigeria and helping them defeat England in a World Cup match. Frank Rijkaard: although now retired, if the 57 year old Dutch man rediscovers his hunger for the game, his coaching experiences for Barcelona etc might come in handy.