Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr called for "serenity and harmony" among his players as they face Guinea amid talks with the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) over unpaid allowances and bonuses.
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The Warriors lost their opening game, against hosts Egypt, 0-1, just a day after players had threatened not to fulfill the match unless the US$9 000 payments, for each player, which they had been promised by ZIFA had reflected in their bank accounts. A lot of them have been educated in France with the French football philosophy.
"He told us after the game that not only would the match bonus be paid but that the match bonus for the game against Guinea would be paid in advance as well, only for the players not to receive the money", an informed NFF source told Insideworldfootball.
Rohr has a big decision to make with Mikel one of the most experienced players in his squad, although Nigeria have enough strength in depth to take the 32-year-old out of the firing line. The only issue we had was that some of the players did not send their bank accounts and instead authorised the bank to pay their monies to some other individuals.
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"All clarifications have been made and the usual cordial relationship and understanding between the players and we, the administrators, is still intact", he went on.
"Every first game in a tournament is very hard, the most important thing is that we have the three points", Musa said.
Syli Nationale will bank on their record against Nigeria having beaten the Super Eagles three times in their eight previous meetings. - Guinea are winless in their last six games in the Africa Cup of Nations (D5 L1), their last success in the competition coming back in January 2012 against Botswana (6-1).
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