...and some even keep mute.
About two weeks ago, a player was at our office and mentioned that his club has been constantly deducting a part of his salary for about 10 months without a reason.
Below is what players can do.. 👇
If you are a non-Nigerian player owed by a Nigerian football club, you can have your claim/case filed at the Dispute Resolution Chamber (DRC) of FIFA. The DRC will accept such a case because it is of "international dimension".
If the club fails to pay within that period, the defaulting club will be referred to the FIFA Disciplinary Commitee which may fine..
..that is not the end of the road though.
In fact, there are arbitral awards that were given as far back as 2010 which have not been complied with by Nigerian clubs till now.
Note that you must do this within 6 years from the date you obtained the arbitral award.
So enforce compliance rather than beg!
The thing is, you may get an Attorney to file an employment dispute on your behalf at a regular court.
(See FIFA Commentary, explanation Article 22, page 64)