- Flying Eagles have remained in their hotel rooms in Poland due to unpaid bonuses
- Reports claim that the team has refused to leave unless their allowances are paid
- The Nigerian U-20 side were knocked out by Senegal in their round of 16 match
The Nigeria U-20 squad have refused to leave their hotel rooms after crashing out of the FIFA U-20 World Cup in the round of 16, Brila.net reports.
The Flying Eagles were beaten 2-1 by Senegal which brought a premature end to their campaign in Poland.
According to Brila.net, Paul Aigbogun's side were not paid allowances and bonuses but were promised that once they get to Nigeria they will get all outstanding money.
But the national U-20 players are now insisting they will not leave their hotel rooms until all money due to them are paid.
Brila.net claimed that an unnamed member of the squad said that the players have refused to leave their rooms on Tuesday, June 4, unless they get their pay.
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The Flying Eagles have been highly criticized back home for the lacklustre performances in Poland as they finally bowed out of the competition following a 2-1 loss to their West African neighbours.
Aigbogun's men kicked off their campaign with an exciting 4-0 win over Qatar, but were floored by the United States U20 team in their second game.
They forced log leaders Ukraine to a 1-1 draw in their last encounter to gather four points and escape crashing out from the preliminary phase.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that fans expressed their disappointment in the entire Flying Eagles team that crashed out of the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Poland.
Players and the entire coaching crew were criticized for their woeful outing at the World Cup after losing to Senegal in the round pf 16.
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