Nomads in trouble, players plot to boycott decisive match

Be Forward Wanderers  players have threatened not take part in their last and decisive TNM Super League match against relegated Mlatho Mponela on Sunday  demanding full payment of their outstanding game bonuses.

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The players who spoke to Nyasa Times said unless the issue of their game bonuses for 12 matches is resolved, they will be not kick the ball and forfeit points.

The Nomads are second on the table with 66 points, a point behind leaders Nyasa Big Bullets, and have a faint chance of winning the title if the People’s Team slips in their last match against TN Stars on the same day.

However, Nomads players are protesting that the club owes them game bonuses for 10 wins and two draws and they need the money before fulfilling their last fixture.

The players get K35 000 each for a win and half the amount (K17 500) for a draw each.

“We want to get our dues in full,” one of the senior players said.

Nomads players usually stage similar boycotts to push for payment of their dues.

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Pewani
Pewani
2 years ago

Stand up for the champion………………………………..A good way to give salute to Bullets.

Fortune
Fortune
2 years ago

Zanu zinada kale basi. Olo mutadzichapa kuphatikidza mitundu yonse yasopo mdziko muno sizingayele. kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk

Pkm
Pkm
2 years ago

On the other hand they might not get their bonuses if they miss this opportunity. Some players will leave the club due to contracts coming to an end hence the action of boycotting this last game

SKYWALKER
SKYWALKER
2 years ago

Will talk about football later but now I need to ask. Do you guys edit your things before posting them?. “THEY WILL BE NOT KICK THE BALL AND FORFEIT POINTS”. Really?
Come on!!!! you can do better than that. Edit your stories for Goodness sake.

MASO ENA
MASO ENA
2 years ago

AT TACTIC TO SOFTEN BULLETS HA HA HA , TEAM YA ATOLONKHANI IYI!!

Mzozodo
Mzozodo
2 years ago
Reply to  MASO ENA

You think so? How are they supposed to survive?

Fortune
Fortune
2 years ago
Reply to  Mzozodo

Join the discussion…nena ndi iweyo

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