Peace Restored At Chingwe's camp as Players Resumes Training
By Chitechi | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 938 views
It has been two days since Afc leopards players have been boycotting training and threatening not participate in the upcoming matches of Kenya Premier League due to delayed payment of allowances.
Sources within the team have revealed that the players had vowed to stay away from all activities until outstanding due are settled. Indicators shows that players gives their best best in ensuring that the team performs competitively but the club Management do not honour their rights!
However, the turtamount has been quelled, sources from the club's chairperson Dan Shikanda indicates that their agrievances have been settled and players are set to begin training today as they prepare for heavy clash against Bandari FC at Mbaraki Stadium.
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