Super eagles has returned to training has Nff pay up their allowance and match bonuses.
Earlier today the super eagles decided to boycott the training due to match bonuses being owed by the federation.
The eagles decided to not to attend the pre-match press conference against Guinea which was held in Alexandria.
Source from the team’s camp said it took the intervention from the super eagle’s captain John mikel Obi for the players to agree to turn out for training.
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However, the players almost 30mins late for their training ahead of group match against Guinea.
Super eagles spokesman said the matter has now been resolved as the super eagles will be paid their money today.
Nff reveived part of Afcon’s money and the money has been converted into dollars to paid the players.
Both the country’s team to the recent FIFA U20 World Cup in Poland and the women’s team to the Women’s World Cup in France also embarked on pay strikes to press for their entitlements.
The NFF’s defence has been that some of these major tournaments were not included in their budget to the government.