A group of former Nasarawa United players who donned the colours of the NPFL side in the early 2000s have expressed their grievances over the non-payment of their entitlements incurred while playing for the club.
The players according to Emmanuel Benson who was the then first choice goalkeeper at Nasarawa United were reluctant to press for their monies at that time as they feared that the club management could victimize them for speaking out.
In an interview with Completesportsnigeria.com, Benson stated that players who had previously represented the club before them were faced with similar issues and pressed charges in court against the club owner, Nasarawa State Government which they won.
“We are former Nasarawa United players who represented the State’s team and today we hardly have anything to show for our efforts,” Benson stated.
“We have been owed for years as none of us has received a dime from our entitlements. A few years ago a group of players tackled the case…
Source: Complete Sports