AFCON 2019: CAF yet to pay Super Eagles full money for bronze medal

AFCON 2019: CAF yet to pay Super Eagles full money for bronze medal

- AFCON 2019 has come and gone with Algeria winning the title after beating Senegal 1-0 in the final

- But it has been revealed that CAF are yet to pay these national teams their full payment

- Super Eagles of Nigeria who came third in Egypt are still being owed by CAF

CAF who are Africa's football governing body have not fully paid the Super Eagles their money for claiming the bronze medal at the 2019 African Cup of Nations.

Even Algeria who won the AFCON 2019 title and Senegal who were runners-up are said not to have received their full money from CAF.

Nigeria came third at the AFCON 2019 championship and they were supposed to be given $2m prize money, but only $600 000 have been received by NFF.

According to the report on Brila, CAF are said to be currently down financially and they are struggling to meet their financial obligations.

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“We have written to CAF, asking for clarifications on the money that was paid to us.

“It is quite odd that it is getting close to two months since we played at the AFCON in Egypt and we are yet to receive our prize money.

“It is a rather unusual situation for which we require an explanation,'' an official of NFF said according to Brila.

Earlier, had reported how Nigeria's Super Eagles technical adviser Gernot Rohr lost his mother Elisabeth Rohr at the age of 97.

The Nigeria Football Federation through its official Twitter handle announced the news but the course of her death was not revealed.

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