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Wolves Players Reject 20%‎ Of Wages , Insist On 100%

Wolves Players Reject 20%‎ Of Wages , Insist On 100%

By Johnny Edward:

There seem to be no light at the end of the tunnel regarding the financial crisis rocking Nigeria's CAF Champions League campaigners, Warri Wolves and their players.


Completesportsnigeria.com gathered from some disgruntled players of the side owed accumulated wages for the just completed season, that  their management offered them 20% of their wages as 'compensation' for the scrapped payment of 'Sign-on fees by the LMC. The players were insistence on collecting 100%.

One of the players, Oke Oghe told Completesportsnigeria.com that the four players who collected 100,000 naira each after their meeting with officials of the club at the Delta State Government House in Asaba were a letdown.

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Itoya Kelvin, Goodluck Onamado, and Azubuike Egwekwue were three of the players Completesports could confirm attended the meeting in Asaba on Tuesday.

"The club didn't pay our sign-on fees at the start of the season which they now claim are accumulated wages, and despite that we finished second.

"Now they gave the players who attended the meeting 20% of their accumulated wages for the year.

"There was an agreement among the players , but now they've gone against their word‎."

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  • Moses Etu 6 years ago

    All the players were invited to the meeting in Asaba and 14 of them attended. At the end of the meeting, each was given one hundred Thousand Naira for transport. This is to also assist in the celebration of New year. Nobody betrayed as claimed. Who ever wants to remain will enjoy next season albeit to say hundreds of players are begging to play for the club next season.