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FIFPRO To Assist Super Falcons Players Get Outstanding Allowances, Bonus From NFF

FIFPRO To Assist Super Falcons Players Get Outstanding Allowances, Bonus From NFF

FIFPRO has announced that it will assist Super Falcons players in getting their outstanding bonus payments, camp allowances and other expenses from the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF).

FIFPRO disclosed this in a statement released on their Twitter handle on Twitter.

The NFF and Super Falcons players have been embroiled in issues bothering on outstanding bonuses, allowances.

Prior to the kickoff of the World Cup, Super Falcons coach Randy Waldrum in an interview accused the NFF of owing him 14 months salary

Waldrum said the football owed some players bonuses from 2021.

The American also accused the NFF of misappropriation of the $960,000 disbursed by FIFA to all the teams that qualified for the 2023 World Cup.

After the Falcons’ exit from the ongoing tournament on Monday, FIFPRO described as regrettable that players have to go after the NFF to get what is due to them.

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The football body stated that it will do everything possible to make sure every money owed is paid.

“Following the Nigeria women football team’s elimination from the FIFA Women’s World Cup, FIFPRO can confirm it is assisting players in a disagreement with the Nigeria Football Federation concerning bonus payments, camp allowances and expenses, some of which date back 2021.

“During the World Cup, the players expressed the desire to remain focused on their performance without making public statements or facing other distractions.

“However, the Super Falcons believe that it is now time for the Nigeria Football Federation to honour their commitments and pay the outstanding amounts.

“The team is extremely frustrated that they have had to pursue the Nigeria Football Federation for these payments before and during the tournament and may have to continue doing so afterwards. It is regrettable that players needed to challenge their own federation at such an important time in their careers.

“FIFPRO will continue to work with the players to ensure their contractual rights are honoured and the outstanding payments are settled.”


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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 10
  • Wonderful move and highly highly supported. Thanks be to God. Please they should go further in pressuring FIFA and all other football bodies to refuse working with this set of NFF board or any other found to be lacking transparency as well bullying/interfering in coache’s job.

    • Dr. Drey 10 months ago

      Hahahahaha Glory, I join you in celebrating this move. You see why education is important…? Most of these girls are highly educated, so they know the right channels to thread in order to get their emoluments.

      Finally, NFF seems to have met their match. The era of swallowing players emoluments for good is nearing its end.

      I trust FIFPRO to pursue this matter to the end. Just one letter from them to FIFA and FIFA will not mind deducting form NFF’s annual subventions is those thieves in the Glass hour are still being senselessly obstinate.

      No wonder NFF doesnt like too many foreign-born players in our squads….those one nor dey hear word….LMAOoo. Small thing dem don break bottle ready to fight for their rights

      • Lol zzz… @ Dr Drey…. ‘No wonder NFF doesnt like too many foreign-born players in our squads….those one nor dey hear word….LMAOoo. Small thing dem don break bottle ready to fight for their rights’… This ABOVE statement is just the reason, even if it means nigeria not qualifying for any tournament. Very backward mindset….This fight, will even in the long run, benefit the home base players massively, that is if they have the vision to see.
        So if I were to be an home based, whether female or male, this the TIME TO STAND UP TOGETHER WITH THE GIRLS/FIFPRO AGAINST THESE CRIMINALS DESTROYING THESE HARD WORKING Footballers careers, WHETHER HOME BASED OR FOREIGN. EVEN THE FOREIGN BASED SE PLAYERS SHOULD JOIN UP. LET THAT TSUMANI TO BRING DOWN CORRUPTION,SELFISH INTERFERENCE, BULLYING ETC IN NIGERIA FOOTBALL START NOW WITH THIS FIFPRO SUPPORT. IF WE ARE SERIOUS, THIS IS THE CHANCE;ALL FOOTBALL FANS WHO TRULY WANT A CHANGE MUST COME OUT TO RAISE THEIR VOICE IN SUPPORT. WE MUST NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY .

  • MONKEY POST 10 months ago

    Where is this FOOL MARSHALL! I have 3 FULLY CHARGED POWER BANK and a FULLY CHARGED PHONE plus there is LIGHT and a STAND BY GEN so am ready for you now..

  • Osimene and Ighalo have added their voice. TRUTH IS, EVEN IF IT MEANS TOTAL BAN OF NIGERIA FOOTBALL, I AM MASSIVELY IN SUPPORT. THIS FOOLISHNESS AND WICKEDNESS IS REACHING SUCH MONUMENTAL LEVEL.

    • Dr. Drey 10 months ago

      Anichebe too has added his voice according to owngoal. Let the voices continue to be raised till it drowns whatever evil thieving plans the NFF had.

      Na so we go give them close marking till they pay the girls their $60,000 each + 2 years owed bonuses.

      Nonsense.

      In all of these, is it still a surprise none of our jobless ex-internationals has uttered a word in support of the girls…..??? Of course they have to look away so that the NFF does not deny them a job in the near future because of it…..LMAOoo

  • pompei 10 months ago

    FIFPRO should please consider hiring some OSOMAALO ((debt collector) who will go to the Glass House and sit down there until all monies owed are paid in full.
    The Osomaalo should follow NFF everywhere, the way Ayinde was following James.
    Who do us like this? No stone should be left unturned in the efforts to get all outstanding debts cleared to the last kobo! And if NFF continue to refuse, I support the idea that FIFA should please stop working with them!

  • Disgrace of a country. If Na to ban Naija for the greater good, I beg make them ban us

  • How come the super eagles are yet to explore this option. Its obvious that this is another upper cut from the American Sniper and his Agba-ballers.
    With this development, I’m hoping other arms of the National teams will explore similar route and render that corrupt nest unattractive to rogues and thieves.I’m praying for the can of wounds to open way back 2013.

  • Ako Amadi 10 months ago

    If the NFF is broke, help can come from FIFA by way of a forensic audit and takeover of the organisation for 6 months, while Alhaji Gusau and his gang get sone respite and return to their villages.

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