Lagos - Players of Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) side Warri Wolves have began a warning strike to press for their unpaid wages, supersport.com has been informed, SuperSport reports.
The angry players boycotted training on Tuesday evening after honouring the morning session, it was learned.
Wolves have failed to pay their players’ salaries for the month of January, and the players fear that could extend to February.
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The players also claimed they are still owed 30 percent of their signing-on fees for last season despite an agreement by clubs with the League Management Company (LMC) to abolish such fees and put in place improved salaries.
The players of the Warri club have now threatened to boycott the second leg, preliminary round match against RC Bobo-Dioulasso in the Caf Confederation Cup this Saturday.
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