AFC Leopards facing player exodus
14 November 2014, 14:26
Nairobi - AFC Leopards could see no fewer than seven players depart during the off-season due to unpaid salaries and performance bonuses.
The Ingwe squad have gone without wages or training allowances since
October, while they are also awaiting added pay for their seven-game
And, speaking to Standard Digital, a
Leopards squad member who sought anonymity said: "Yes, it's been a tough
season for the club, but as players, we are not happy with the way the
National Executive Committee is treating us.
"Up to now we've not
been paid our October salaries, let alone the allowances amounting to KES 57,000 per player. We've families to take care of and bills to cater
for including last month's rent.
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"No official has communicated to us on how the arrears will be settled."
added: "I have one year left on my contract and I would love to stay in
the Den, but with the current situation, I doubt if I will be here next
"Six other dependable players are also on their way out and are likely to join Gor, Tusker and Posta Rangers."
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