Players of Dolphins FC embarked on an indefinite strike on Sunday and have skipped training sessions ever since.
Coach of the club, Stanley Eguma, revealed that the players have chosen to stay away despite entreaties from several quarters.
“The players have refused to train. We have been begging them since Monday this week but they have refused,” the trainer told supersport.com.
Club captain, Festus ‘Agada’ Austin, said the players have chosen to stand their ground and may boycott the match day 32 fixture against FC Ifeanyiubah on Sunday unless they are paid their outstanding wages.
“The players are resolute. We will not train and we will not play unless we receive alerts (of monies been paid) on our phones.
“On Sunday, we will not play against FC Ifeanyiubah and it will continue that way until the end of the season unless we are paid,” he added.
Dolphins is currently in 17th place on the NPFL standings with 33 points from 31 matches.
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