courtesy of futaa.com
Kenyan Premier League (KPL) Champions Gor Mahia players are reportedly on a go slow.
Gor Mahia lost 0-2 to bottom-placed side Top Fry AllStars on Saturday in Nakuru and according to a player who requested anonymity; this was a deliberate loss to air their frustrations to the team’s management.
The players are angry that despite winning the league and finishing runners up in the GOtv Shield last season, they are yet to get any allowances.
-We won the league and finished second in the GOtv Shield last season. We are yet to get any allowances despite all the big talk by the officials after the success, the player said,
-The officials used a lot of money to sign new players yet they never showed any appreciation to the ones who won the league, added the player,
-The dropped players were also never paid their dues and we are never given our allowances in time. We are generally not happy with the way things are being handled at the moment, said another player.
Prior to the loss to Top Fry, Gor had not lost any match nor conceded in the KPL 2014 season. They face former champions Tusker FC on Wednesday 26 March at the City Stadium.