By Obaloluwa Joshua, LAGOS
Zimbabwe are in crisis ahead of their 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifier against the Super Eagles of Nigeria.
According to the Herald, the Warriors boycotted training on Thursday over unpaid bonuses, appearance fees and allowances.
Baltemar Brito’s men held Rwanda to a 0-0 draw in their opening fixture on Wednesday.
The Zimbabwe Football Association (ZiFA) reportedly promised US$2 000 for a win but said nothing on drawn matches.
The players want their daily allowances paid and are also demanding they get something from their draw against Rwanda.
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The encounter will kick-off at 2pm Nigeria time.