DR Congo footballers walk out in protest

Fed up footballers have walked out on their Democratic Republic of Congo teammates in protest at poor organisation, news agency Reuters reports.

The team is due to play in a friendly against Tanzania on Tuesday.

But just 24 hours before, West Ham United's Arthur Masuaku, Paul-Jose Mpoku of Belgian club Standard Liege, Jordan Ikoko from En Avant Guingamp and Gael Kakuta of
French club Amiens all left.

"They all lamented the organisational aspects of the camp and are frustrated," the team's media officer Jerry Angengwa said on Tuesday, according to Reuters.

According to the report, long flights delays, no training facilities and poor quality accommodation had prompted the walk out.

The rest of the team agreed to stay on - on the proviso conditions were improved in future.


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