Mighty Be Forward Wanderers have arranged for a meeting between sponsors and players in the wake of outstanding dues the club owes players.
Wanderers General Secretary Mike Butao said they were equally concerned with the players plight which has led them resorting to boycotting training and demoralised the spirits.
“It’s sad that the players boycotted training on Tuesday in protest over their outstanding allowances,” Butao said.
“Now that the sponsors are coming during the first week of November we have arranged for a meeting with players so that this issue is solved once and for all,” he said.
The development has vindicated sacked coach Eddingtone Ng’onamo and his assistant Eliah Kananji that they were just an escape to a myriad of problems responsible for the team’s pathetic performance this season.
Barely a week after they were unceremoniously fired the team has only managed to collect three points of the six available after the weekend
Wanderers are currently perching on unfamiliar ninth position on the 16 team log table as they bid to end a decade league title is slowly becoming a unachievable.
Be Forward, a Japanese reconditioned vehicles firm, offered Wanderers a K100 million annual sponsorship paid in bits.