Masters Security football club captain Eneya Banda has appealed to officials at the club to resolve outstanding balance the team has with the players.
Banda said that with the players having not received their monthly allowances in due time it is becoming difficult for players to perform well on the ground hence the need for the 2018 Carlsberg cup championship to sort out things in time if they are to do better this season.
“All in all we have started the season very well despite the team having financial problems. It happens at every club to have one or two problems that’s why we have hope in our officials that they will try to give us our money for the past months and as masters security football club family we need to be patient with our officials who even have our money for last season but we had to put that aside and start the 2019 season but as a club we need to sit down and map the way forward,” he said.
Eneya Banda further said that the club has failed to do its training this week not mainly because they are yet to pay owners of Lilongwe golf club which is the teams training base as reports were indicating they are yet to pay close to k400,000 for Lilongwe golf club.
“We use the Lilongwe golf club as our training base but we failed to train this week because of the election issues as the players and officials failed to agree on whether to train or not this week and it remains to be seen if we will not train in the coming days because they have not yet paid for the ground but for now all I can say is train was not done for security reasons of the team “, he said.
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