Super Eagles Of Nigeria Protests Unpaid Bonuses

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The preparation of the Super Eagles of Nigeria ahead of their match against Guinea on Wednesday has suffered a serious setback as the players boycotted Tuesday’s pre-match conference and could boycott Tuesday evening’s training.

The Super Eagles laboured to a hard-fought win over Burundi in their group earner. However, Gernot Rohr’s men went on to complain about their unpaid bills.

Ahmed Musa failed to show up for Tuesday’s pre-match conference ahead of the Guinea match, but the Al-Nassr player preferred to stay back with his colleagues for a ‘crucial’ player’s meeting at the Helnan Palestine Hotel.

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“The player showed solidarity and had to stay back for an important meeting,” said coach Rohr when quizzed by the media.

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