The Nigerian football federation (NFF) have introduced they have reached a settlement with u.S’s group what they’ll earn at next year’s world cup in Russia to avoid a pay strike of the closing world cup in Brazil.
“we’ve executed it; we’ve got concluded negotiations and are available to an agreement with the crew as regards bonuses, allowances and percentage of profits from FIFA for the 2018 world cup,” disclosed NFF vice-president Shehu dikko.
“each element has been agreed on healthy bonus for every healthy and every spherical up to the very last in addition to the share of income from FIFA cash for each round until the degree we are capable of getting to on the finals.
“we also agreed on training, together with how lots players could be paid for the friendly suits, such as how and while the monies would be paid. We even delved into how the NFF could observe the budget due to it frFIFAifa after paying the players their percentage.”
“we are very glad and excited with this development,” said amazing eagles captain mikel obi.
“that is the first time because i commenced playing for the senior group that i’d see the whole thing concerning instruction and bonuses and allowances put down in black and white and a binding settlement accomplished.
“it’s miles reassuring that we have a federation leadership so committed to making the whole lot paintings that they arranged this assembly and allowed the gamers to make a contribution and then got down to signal the settlement.”
Nff president amaju pinnick and popular secretary mohammed sanusi signed for the nff, at the same time as gernot rohr and salisu yusuf signed for the technical team and captain mikel obi and ahmed musa signed for the gamers.
It would be recalled that at the closing global cup in brazil, the extraordinary eagles ignored a training consultation in protest over bonuses and allowances and share of the income from fifa, forcing the nigerian government to dispatch then sports minister tammy danagogo to brazil with hundreds of thousands of bucks in cash.
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