Gernot Rohr’s time with the Super Eagles is over because he has not got anything more to offer according to former NFF vice-president Obinna Ogba.
Ogba was most critical of Rohr, whose contract runs out in June, because he has overlooked players playing in the domestic league.
“I am one of those who believes that the man has finished his time, he needs to go because he doesn’t have something to offer,” said Ogba, who is also the chairman of the senate committee on sports.
“Nigeria have talented players, but he failed to use them to prosecute matches and tournaments.
“Look at what happened at the World Cup. Ten minutes to go and a coach doesn’t know what to do to win that match.
“For that match alone, I think he should leave.”
The Ebonyi State FA chairman added: “Nigerians are not the managers of the Nigerian football, you need to find out whether the managers of Nigerian football, NFF wants him back.
“As a good coach, they have given you conditions. The only thing left for you is to accept and reject the ones you don’t like. The ones you don’t like you reject them and the ones you like you accept them.
“It is not a must that he coaches the Nigerian team.”