One of the clubs in the National First Division has allegedly failed to pay its players.
As reported in edition 1047 of Soccer Laduma, Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC has been accused of allegedly failing to pay the players’ salaries.
The Siya crew has been informed by various sources – including football agents – that the club has allegedly failed on certain obligations of paying the players their salaries on time.
“TTM is failing to pay players their salaries. This thing has been ongoing on for some time and it’s not right. These boys have responsibilities and the club can’t be allowed to go on like that,” said one source.
TTM currently have former PSL players in the form of David Mathebula and Carlington Nyadombo on the club’s books.
“There is a problem going on at TTM with the club failing to pay their players’ salaries. It can’t be right that the players are not paid for their services or paid half their salaries and not on time,” said another source.
More information on how the South African Football Players Union (SAFPU) is dealing with the matter, get the latest edition of Soccer Laduma – issue 947.