Players of Shooting Stars refused to train on Wednesday and insisted they will continue their pay strike, until their various demands are met by the club’s management.
The Oluyole Warriors are being owed five months’ salary and bonuses for 10 matches.
It is the second consecutive day the players have boycotted training.
“The players will continue with their pay strike today,” a source disclosed to AfricanFootball.
“They have now demanded that they be paid at least a million Naira each before they will consider calling off this strike.
“They also wish to see the contracts they have with Shooting Stars.”
Shooting Stars are 14th on the table with 44 points from 33 matches.