Thomas Dennerby has resigned as head coach of the Super Falcons despite having a year left on his contract with the Nigeria Foognall Federation.
Dennerby, 60, excused himself from the Super Falcons’ last two games due to a dispute with the (NFF).
He also refused to show up for a reconciliation meeting arranged by the Nigeria’s sports minister Sunday Dare.
In his resignation letter, Dennerby, whose deal was due to run until the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, cited unfulfilled contractual obligations including unpaid wages and a lack of both co-operation and accommodation in the country.
“Mr Dennerby has sent his resignation letter to the NFF and this doesn’t surprise anyone because he decided to stay away from the team last month,” a top NFF official responded