Super Eagles First Assistant coach, Salisu Yusuf, has been caught on camera receiving $1000 bribe from a BBC undercover agent posing as a football agent.
Salisu, ex-coach of Eyimba Football Club and Kano Pillars is the current first assistant coach of the Super Eagles and was in the technical team of the senior national team headed by Gernot Rohr to the just concluded World Cup.
He also is due to lead the national team to the Olympics in 2020.
However, his reputation is currently in tatters on account of a video of him captured by controversial journalist Anas Aremeyaw in September 2017 where he is seen receiving bribe,
In the footage, Salius collected $1000 bribe (about N360,000) from Anas who pretended to be football agents and wanted two players he falsely claimed were signed to his agency to feature at African Nations Championship (CHAN) which the embattled coach led the Home-based Eagles to a silver medal after losing to the host Ghana.
Recall that the former Enyimba and Kano Pillars coach was in temporary charge of the Super Eagles for the friendly victories over Mali and Luxembourg in 2016 after Sunday Oliseh resigned.
Chief Coach of the Super Eagles Salisu Yusuf has been caught on camera taking cash from reporters posingas football agents who wanted their players to be selected for CHAN 2018 pic.twitter.com/EQ73kjK7a1
— Steve Dede (@DizSteve) July 24, 2018