There are clear indication that crisis is brewing among the Nigeria Flying Eagles who just crashed out of the Under 20 world cup for non payment of their allowances.
The players refused to vacate Poland hotel, a claim they said was as a result of non payments of their allowances by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), TheCable an online newspaper is reporting.
The team who crashed out on Monday was supposed to have arrived Nigeria.
The team lost to Senegal who won them 2-1 sending them out of the round 16 stage.
Insider source say the players were to vacate the hotel by 3:00 am, however they refused to move out of the premises.
This newspaper learned that FIFA helped to reschedule flight ticket for boys to12:00, but they however refused to depart the hotel.
An insider source who preferred not to be mentioned, say the players have refused to vacate the hotel until all their match allowances are paid.
Mr. Pinnick Amaju, and other Nigeria Football Federation, NFF official plea for the players to vacate the hotel fell on deaf ears and the boys seem unshaken.
This is even as FIFA’s deadline for eliminated teams to leave their hotel has expired.
It is not clear what will be their alternative when thrown out of the hotel since FIFA paid time has expired.
Polish police have since beefed up security in preparation to throw Nigeria players out of the hotel.
This is not the first time Nigeria players are found in the mess, Mr. Mikel Obi, the Super Eagle Captain was said to have paid off the eagles hotel bill in their last Olympic outing.
WEST AFRICA REPORTERS (WAR), could not immediately reach out to
Mr. Andrew Randa, NFF media officer for official response.