C’ttee Recommend Code of Conduct for Super Eagles/NFF - disnaija.com

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A committee to probe the bonus row in the Super  Eagles, Friday, recommended the win bonus for the team to be pegged at  $ 5,000-a-man.
The committee, which is expected to present its findings to the Nigeria’s sports minister next week, also recommended a formal code of  conduct to be signed by all players in the national team.



“The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) are no longer in a position to  pay $ 10,000 each for a win and that is why the committee has recommended we should revert to the status quo of $ 5,000 before the 2010 World Cup  Presidential Task Force supplemented the bonus,” a top official  revealed.
A code of conduct will also be introduced to the Eagles, which will  clearly spell out what is expected of both players and the NFF.
“The players are expected to sign the code of conduct or else quit the team,” another official revealed. In 1994, only a handful of players led by Mutiu Adepoju agreed to sign a code of conduct tabled by the NFF.
In June, the African champions stayed put in Namibia and refused to  board a flight to the FIFA Confederations Cup in Brazil until they were  paid full bonuses for a win and a draw in Kenya and Namibia,  respectively.

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