Lagos - Nigeria’s Caf Confederation Cup campaigners Dolphins may risk walk-over at Tunisian side Club Africain over a travel allowance ‘estacode’ row, Supersport reports.
The Garden City side were billed to depart on Thursday night for Tunis via Dubai for the second round first leg clash against the North African side on Saturday at the Stade Olympique de Rades, Tunis.
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However, the players on Thursday refused to head off from Port Harcourt to Lagos following disagreement over the management decision to pay each player one hundred and fifty thousand Naira (N150,000) travel allowance instead of one thousand dollars ($1000.00) or its Naira equivalent.
Supersport.com gathered that the players insisted on $1000 travel allowance or they will not leave their camp for the continental assignment at Club Africain.
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