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Zimbabwe threaten Afcon pullout over wage row - reports

The Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) and the players were locked in talks over unpaid salaries on Thursday with both parties threatening to withdraw from the Africa Cup of Nations ahead of their final pool match, local media has reported.

Reports said no agreement was reached with ZIFA offering to pay $5,500 of the $12,500 the players are owed on Friday, but it was rejected amid the threat of a boycott of training until the full amounts were settled.

Both parties then threatened to quit the...

Source: Zimbabwe may boycott opener over pay

Khama Biliat says Zimbabwe will take lessons of past appearances to do better at AFCON in Egypt this month.
Francis Uzoho has found himself the subject of unwelcome commentary after losing his spot as goalkeeper for Nigeria.
Nigeria's Leon Balogun believes Nigeria need to win the 2019 AFCON to prove they are the best team in Africa.

The Zimbabwe national side are at loggerheads with their own football association on the eve of their Africa Cup of Nations opener against hosts Egypt due to the non-payment of allowances, a source within the camp has confirmed to ESPN.

Reports emerged in the local press on Thursday that the Warriors had refused to train and were threatening to boycott Friday evening's opener against the Pharaohs at the Cairo International Stadium if the Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) didn't honour an agreement...