CAF Confederation Cup: Rangers miss Zambia trip as players protest unpaid allowances
Champions of the Nigeria Professional League, Enugu Rangers have failed to travel on Thursday for the CAF Confederation Cup in Zambia due to player dispute over allowances.
The players refused to travel until they are paid their allowances ahead of the second leg play-off game against Zesco United of Zambia in Ndola.
Rangers players have demanded the payment of 770 dollars each for fear they would not get the money if they fail to qualify.
The team is now scheduled to leave the country on Friday for the match which holds on Sunday.
Rangers have to either win away or secure a higher score draw following a first leg 2-2 draw in Enugu last week.