Nyasa Big Bullets FC players are reportedly set to start boycotting training and games as one way of forcing the executive committee to pay them their signing on fees.
The club reportedly owe the players about K45 million signing on fees as well as about K8 million for allowances and game bonuses.
Bullets Vice Captain Bashir Maunde confirmed in an interview with a local radio that things are indeed not all that rosy for the players.
“We want our signing on fees or else we will do something that I cannot disclose now. Things are not okey but if we get our dues, then you will see things moving,” said Maunde.
Maunde also confirmed that the club is yet to pay them some allowances and game bonuses but for now they are much interested to get the signing on fees.
According to reports, the players have been expressing their grievances also to the supporters executive committee to assist in pushing the club executive to pay the players.
Chairman for Bullets Supporters Comittee Stone Mwamadi said he is aware of whatever is happening.
He said officials promised to pay the players by June month end but failed to fulfil the promise.
“As supporters committee, when we were elected into office, we vowed to fight for the welfare of players that is why they come to us and we will continue pushing and we will see how to handle it” said Mwamadi.
Bullets is expected to travel to Lilongwe this weekend to face Kamuzu Barracks on Saturday and Civo on Sunday and both games will be played at the Civo Stadium.
They will be looking forward to recover from their famous 1-0 loss to Karonga United a fortnight ago as well as a 1-1 draw against Wizard FC last Sunday.
They are stuck on position 10 with 13 points from eight games.
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