- Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr threatens to resign if Nigeria does not qualify for 2018 World Cup tournament in Russia
- The Super Eagles will to face 2017 AFCON Champions Cameroon in a double legged as the qualifying series continue
- The tactician is yet to lose a single match since taking charge as the Super Eagles manager in August 2016
Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr has promised to tend his resignation letter if Nigeria fails to make it for the 2018 World Cup tournament in Russia.
The Nigerian national team are currently leading CAF Group B with six points having defeated Zambia and Algeria in their first two fixtures.
The Super Eagles will face AFCON champions Cameroon in their next World Cup qualifier in late August, with the return leg 5 days later in Yaounde.
“If we don’t win the World Cup ticket, for me I’ll say is goodbye,” the German coach said on a SuperSport show.
“Though it is difficult against Cameroon, it is a challenge that am willing to take. However, if I fail, I’ll leave.”
NAIJ.com reports that Rohr has not lost a single match since taking charge as the Super Eagles coach in August 2016.
Checkout the Super Eagles training for the Russia 2018 World Cup;