The women's team sleeps and trains in the street in preparation for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.. Video

The girls of the Democratic Republic of the Congo national under-20 team did not find a place to sleep except on the sidewalk of a hotel in the Cameroonian capital, Yaounde, and trained in the street the next morning in preparation for the FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifiers for girls scheduled in Costa Rica, after the Congolese Federation failed to pay the girls’ accommodation fees, which is what He made the hotel management refuse to receive the team.

Herita Ilunga, a FIFA expert in technical leadership in Congo, published a video of the difficult incident on the girls' team and said: "The women's under-20 team is trying to prepare for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers in Costa Rica," and added: "Gentlemen, the Congolese Federation, a minimum consideration for our ambassadors from Please!!!".

Jonas Peer-Hoffmann, FIFPro general secretary, asked via his Twitter account: "This Congo U-20 women's team is sleeping in the street after being kicked out of the hotel, after the Congolese Federation failed to pay, below they are training. On the streets, it makes you wonder where the FIFA women's team allocation has gone."

The videos sparked a great deal of controversy after watching the girls outside the hotel, in addition to training in muddy ground while cars passed without any problems or complaints.

This is the Congo u20 women's team sleeping in the street after being kicked out of hotel, which @fecofa_kinshasa failed to pay.

Below they are training in the streets.

Makes you wonder where that earmarked @FIFAcom women's football funding went?

https://t.co/LADbMYj9fN pic.twitter.com/Awv5xedgpw

— Jonas Baer-Hoffmann (@BaerHoffmann) October 14, 2021

L'équipe nat u20 dames de la 🇨🇩tentant de se préparer pour le match qualificatif de la coupe du monde 2022 au Costa Rica 🤦🏾


♂️ Messieurs de la @fecofa_kinshasa un minimum de considération pour nos ambassadrices svp!!!

#inacceptable @FIFProAfrica @FIFPRO @UFCongo @FIFAcom pic.twitter.com/v3Hm7YYQTu

— Herita ILUNGA (@Herita23) September 23, 2021

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