Past and present players of the Super Eagles have told the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) to pay their female counterparts their long-standing arrears.
Randy Waldrum and his ladies have been at odds with the football house over unpaid salaries and bonuses.
This has led to the global players’ union, FIFPRO, releasing a statement in solidarity.
It noted that “it is regrettable that players needed to challenge their own federation at such an important time.”
FIFPRO’s statement was shared on Instagram by Super Falcons forward, Asisat Oshoala.
Napoli forward, Victor Osimhen, replied to the post with: “Pay them NFF”.
Former Everton striker, Victor Anichebe, wrote: “NFF pay them! They did us all proud! And even if they didn’t. Pay them what they are owed!!!”
Ex-Super Eagles frontman, Odion Ighalo, said: “NFF never stop these things.”