As Gor Mahia prepare to play Ushuru FC on Sunday, all is not well in camp. Players are disgruntled due to what they call lack of good communication from officials about salary and bonus arrears.
“The office should be honest with us and give us specifics on when to get money. We are committed to winning, they should also commit to paying when they promise,” said a senior player to supersport.com
Team EC member Ronald Ngala has assured that the officials are working diligently to resolve the issues.
“The players’ welfare is top in our agenda. We are working to ensure every penny they are owed is paid. The only problem has been cash flow issues,”
Some Gor Mahia players are owed salary arrears dating back to December according to supersport.com
That notwithstanding, there has been complains of money disappearing from the gates. Some officials are said to be printing fake tickets and selling them hence denying the club revenue.
In fact many of the troublemakers who were hurling foreign objects and nearly caused stoppage of the match against Sofapaka are said to be people who bought fake tickets.
Despite these reports, the officials who are said to be creating fake tickets have yet to be named.