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Enyimba players disappointed with management

09 December 2014, 16:33

Lagos - Enyimba players have hit out hard at the management for reneging on their promise to pay their outstanding match bonuses and sign-on-fees for the 2013/14 Glo Premier League season.

Supersport.com learnt that the club chairman, Felix Anyansi-Agwu, specifically requested the players to come for their payment last Friday but was nowhere around the camp. Nor were any other management staff to honour his words to the players.

The players have continued to keep vigil, hoping that things will turn out for the better but up to Tuesday nobody from the management has shown up to address the expectations of the players.

Also read: Enyimba retain Nigeria FA Cup

An aggrieved player who pleaded anonymity said it's sheer wickedness for the management to be tossing them up and down after giving everything to the team in the concluded league season.

“We were asked to come last Friday by the chairman, Felix Anyansi-Agwu, for payment of our match bonuses and sign-on-fee for the out gone season but shockingly we met nobody on ground to pay us off as promised.

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