Super Falcons players boycotted training session on Wednesday morning over unpaid salaries, OJBSPORT can exclusively confirm.

The players, the technical team and some management members were present at the training grounds for Wednesday’s session but players refused to turn up for the training.

Nigeria is set to face Zambia in a third place match on Friday in Casablanca after losing to host nation Morocco on Monday 5-4 on penalties following a 1-1 draw after extra time.

According to one of the Super Falcons players, the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF is yet to pay the ladies for the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.

As earlier reported on our website yesterday, the players are yet to receive any penny of the bonuses due to them at the ongoing tournament in Morocco.

“The players have not received one penny of the bonuses due to them at this tournament. The Ministry of sport has not given us a dime for them. The minister, Sunday Dare, has not said a word to us. The girls have not complained and have given everything here.

“No one should take these girls for granted, even though they have not complained. No one should be surprised when there is a strong reaction. These girls know their rights & they won’t take this for too long. The right thing should be done, before they react.” The person said to Osasu.

This is the second protest in three years, recall that the team protested in France after losing to Germany.

The African champions began a protest against the NFF, demanding that unpaid bonuses from 2016 be settled, before they leave their hotel in France.