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NFF Finally Pays Flamingos W’Cup Bonuses


The Nigeria Football Federation has finally paid the team Players and officials of the Flamingos part of their match bonuses after finishing third at the U-17 Women’s World Cup in India last year.

Recall that some of the players complained about their unpaid bonuses for qualifying matches against Congo, Egypt, and Ethiopia.

The World Cup bonuses for the matches against Chile, New Zealand, USA, and Germany were also yet to be paid to the officials and players.

According to Punch, part of their match bonuses have been paid by NFF.

?There has been a lot of positive responses from the NFF and we are expecting more bonuses anytime soon, and I believe by then they will make it public.? A Flamingos player said

An official of the team added, “We’ve been paid part of our bonuses and we are expecting the rest. The NFF has worked hard to ensure we were paid our qualifying and transport bonuses, but we were told that the Federal Government will pay us soon and they have requested for our bank details. Right now, I am eagerly waiting for the payment of the World Cup bonuses.”

It was also gathered that players and officials of the women’s national team have also secured their bonuses seven months after camping at the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations in Morocco.

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