Ex international Duke Udi has condemned the Nigeria Football Federation over the treatment of goalkeeper John Noble.
Noble, according to reports is yet to receive his bonuses for representing Nigeria at the 2021 African Cup of Nations.
Several reports have confirmed that other Players in the Super Eagles got their pay two months after the tournament in Cameroon.
Reports also claim that the player has reached out to the current NFF leadership, Ibrahim Gusau on the matter, but is yet to receive any response.
“It has happened to me with the national team. I was called into an office and I saw my mates signing papers of $20,000 payment, but was given N800,000 cash.”
“It was painful to see, but I couldn’t do anything about it, so I can relate to what the young man is going through,’ Udi said on Brila FM’s breakfast show “No Holds Barred” with Ifeanyi Udeze, this Monday.
“It’s really unfair and I’ll urge the Nigeria Football Federation to do something about it. He’s part of the team and he should get paid.”
Meanwhile sources disclosed to brila.net that Noble failed to submit his domiciliary account as at the time his teammates did and can’t get paid by proxy.
Brila.net also gathered that, the funds was paid directly to CBN by the Confederation of African Football, with NFF informing players and officials to submit their account details at the same time for easy process as isolated case could take time.
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