Mighty Be Forward Wanderers players resumed training on Wednesday a day after boycotting owing to outstanding allowances.
Wanderers took the action after the executive committee dilly-dillayed to pay them despite pocketing a total of K15.7 million from Carlsberg Cup prize as runners up to Bullets and gate collections share.
Wanderers chairman Gift Mkandawire confirmed the development on Wednesday that the players were onsit in while assuring that this would be sorted out.
“When Wanderers did not pay them after receiving K5 million as losing finalists prize money of Carlsberg Cup and K10.7 million from their share from the gate collections and they decided to take action,” said a source.
But team manager Steve Madeira said the issue was sorted out and the players had since resumed training ahead of their TNM Super League against Kamuzu Barracks on Sunday at Balaka Stadium.
“The players have gone back to training on Wednesday and right now we are focusing on Sunday game against Kamuzu Barracks so that we should win and stretch the lead on the log table,” he said.
Wanderers have 35 points from 15 games while Silver Strikers are closely on second with 34 points but have played one more games than the Nomads.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :