Under-fire Nicolai Adam set to leave India U-17 coaching job

All India Football Federation’s organisation position on Nicolai Adam seemed to have paid off with a beleaguered India U-17 World Cup manager appearing to have concluded to renounce from his pursuit after negotiating his renumerations with a football body.

The German was asked to leave or be sacked by AIFF boss Praful Patel following accusations of earthy abuse opposite him by a immature players.

As many as 21 players in a sealed minute to AIFF had purported that a manager had beaten them adult and terrorised them during training sessions.

While a AIFF has been tight-lipped about a development, arguable sources explain that a embattled manager was on his approach out after strongly facing a AIFF’s direct for past one week.

The AIFF has confirmed that a manager has no other choice though to quit irrespective of what he wishes.

In February, 2015, Nicolai was allocated by a AIFF to ready a immature Indian players for a arriving FIFA World crater that is scheduled to be hold in India from Oct 6 to 28 after this year.

While there were allegations from players, things have left worse following a catastrophic bearing outing to Russia where India finished final in a Granatkin Memorial Cup after losing 0-1 to 10-man Tajikistan in a 15-16th position play-off match.