#WAFCON2022: Here is Why Super Falcons Boycotted Training in Morocco
The Super Falcons of Nigeria have boycotted their training session ahead of their game against Zambia at the ongoing Women's Africa Cup of Nations.
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The 9-time Africa Champions have accused the Nigerian Football Federation of not paying for their win match matches in games against Burundi, Botswana and Cameroon. The team are threatening to miss more training games before they play their third-place game on Friday, July 22nd, 2022.
There are reports from the camp from the NFF, that the players will receive their money before the game against Zambia The President have released fund ls funds for the players, and the ministry of Finance is working on processing and releasing the funds.
The Falcons booked qualification for the Women's FIFA World Cup following their qualification to the semi-finals of the WAFCON.