Former Super Eagles defender, Ifeanyi Udeze, has admonished Nigerian soccer clubs over the method players have been handled amid the Coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria.
Several Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) clubs have sacked some players as the soccer business copes with the financial fall out attributable to the pandemic.
During a reside present on BrilaFM on Wednesday, Udeze was knowledgeable that clubs have sacks some players by textual content messages.
Udeze, who had an illustrious profession representing the Super Eagles, PAOK and AEK Athens, mentioned clubs have to point out players respect by honoring contracts as such couldn’t be present in European soccer
Udeze urged membership chairmen to do higher.
What? ‘You inform players of paycut and sacks via SMS?’ ‘That’s not good’
“They are human beings too. They signed contracts and it should be upheld”, He appealed on Wednesday .
Udeze’s response comes as NPFL clubs awaits determination on the League standing resulting from the pandemic as the league could possibly be declared null and void if the league has no plans of reopening anytime quickly.
Chairman of Nigeria Professional Football League aspect Kwara United FC and a member of the NPFL membership homeowners Olakumbi Titiloye on Thursday said that the clubs are ready to know the standing of the league.
“No communication has been despatched to us regarding this deadline and I’m certain when the time is true they may ship us about the determination they intend taking.’ Titiloye advised Brila FM.
“Honestly, that’s the purview of the Nigeria Football Federation at the side of the ministry of well being and the Presidential job power. We await their determination and then know what to do subsequent.”