Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila’s off the field problems are nowhere near over, with players refusing to train and threatening to boycott matches.
The Siya crew has been informed that some of the players at the club did not receive their full salaries for the month of December and are frustrated with how things are being handled by the club.
Information coming out of the club is that the some of the players, most of them seniors, were ready to boycott their DSTV Premiership match against Stellenbosch earlier this month but were convinced to play. This was the case again when they played Orlando Pirates recently.
It’s been revealed that some of the players have refused to train in recent weeks, and this has affected coach Joel Masutha in his preparations for matches. TTM have struggled in the league and currently sit second from bottom, with just one victory in their 11 matches so far in the Premiership. They were beaten 1-0 by Golden Arrows over the weekend. They are just a point ahead of bottom of the table.
Club chairman Lawrence Mulaudzi was not available for comment.