Heartland boss Fidelis Ilechukwu has slammed Nigeria football clubs that are cutting of their players due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The news of players’ salaries reductions dominated the media in the past few weeks and has also generated controversies.
When asked by brila.net if Heartland is also planning to cut the salary of their players, Ilechukwu distanced his club from such an act and insisted that it is wrong for any Club to cut the salary of their players.
“For now Heartland is not part of such clubs, because the Management has not told me that and it is very wrong if any Club is reducing players’ salaries,” he told www.brila.net.
National League side Yobe Desert Stars have announced pay cut for their players until further notice, while Nigeria professional football league side Dakkada reportedly placed their players and coaches on half salary.
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