Players Union tackles Rangers, others over players’ unpaid salaries.


The National Association of Nigerian Professional Footballers NANPF, has appealed to all clubs that qualified for the twenty-seventeen Confederation of African Football CAF, competitions, to settle all outstanding debts owed players and coaches or face disqualification.

According to a release signed by the Union’s National Public Relations Officer, Ogidi Mohammed Mutairu, the clubs: Rangers International FC of Enugu, Rivers United FC of Port Harcourt and Wikki Tourists FC of Bauchi, face debarment from CAF competitions.

Meanwhile, the Union it threatened to invoke Article 3.1of the CAF Club Licensing Regulations, which disqualifies clubs on ground of breach of contract by not paying their players and coaches their entitlements.



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