Nigeria players withdraw from Super-Eagle team as they set to play Cameroon in friendly.
Nigeria players have withdrawn from the squad as the Super-Eagle set to play Cameroon in a friendly match.
Super-Eagle head coach Gernot Rohr has been put in a dilemma as key players in the squad won’t feature for the team.
It has been stated that 6 out of 9 defenders are out of contention as there might not be a strong selection for the friendly.
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The German trimmed his 31-man squad in mid-May to 23-man but the numbers has been diminishing.
Nigeria players Kenneth Omeruo and Sadiq Umar is set to be involve with their team for promotion playoffs in Spain.
Moses Simon team also face great challenge with his team as they fight to remain in the Ligue 1 via playoff.
It has been stated that the withdrawal of other players is due to the medical reasons as a valuable source to ESPN stated that outstanding debt from NFF also play a huge part of their unwillingness to play.
According to the source of ESPN stated that: “The players are not happy,” the source, who is one of the players who withdrew from the game. “They have not paid bonuses and allowances, nothing at all for the entire  Afcon qualifiers.
“We have sacrificed by playing throughout the qualifiers without being paid. I think now, with all the injuries, it is hard for many of us to make the sacrifice to come and play a meaningless friendly when the outstanding bonuses have not been paid.
“It is better for us to stay away, recover properly, rest and get ready for the new season and the World Cup qualifiers.”