Blue Eagles players have cried foul over their unpaid allowances for finishing fourth in the 2014 TNM Super League soccer season.
The players confided with Nyasa Times that apart from being paid their allowances, the club owe them money accumulated from 2012 season.
One player, who opted for anonymity said the club owe the players money close to K500, 000.
“Football will never develop in this country if players are mistreated like this. We are yet to receive our bonus for finishing the League on number four and this is painful,” said the player.
However, Blue Eagles official Gabriel Chirwa said the delay was due to some logistic problems.
Chirwa said the club received the cheque for finishing fourth late and that the person who was responsible to sign it was transferred to Blantyre.
“Everything has been finalised and soon and possibly this week they will receive their money,” he said.
But Chirwa said he is not aware on the money from 2012 because he was not in office by then.