Guinea coach Michel Dussuyer has criticised the country’s football federation after not being paid for six months.
The Frenchman said he was confused with the situation and that nobody was giving him hope to continue the job.
“We’ve been on this for six months and nobody tells me why my pay is not coming,” the Dussuyer said.
“I hear the finance minister has not endorsed my new contract and nobody tells me why.
“However, I will continue my work. I wouldn’t want my salary situation to aggravate the already terrible atmosphere within the group.”
Guinea were stunned at home 3-2 by Egypt during the 2014 World Cup qualifying second round, sparking nationwide criticisms.
The players say they have been living and working under awful conditions which have affected their form.
In response to coach Dussuyer, the football federation said on Friday it was not responsible for the situation.
“The Guinean football federation was not aware that coach Dussuyer has not been paid since the last six month,” they said in a statement.
“It came to the body’s notice through the media a day ago. However, the FA is not responsible for such issues.
“The ministries of finance and sports handle such matters.”
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