Police FC Players Cry Foul Over Unpaid Arrears

Uganda Police Footbal Club players claim that they have gone several months without pay!

According to a player who spoke on conditions of anonymity, the club owes them six months’ salaries.

The Players are very much concerned about the ongoing situation and there seems to be no light at the end of the tunnel.

“Some days, you even finish training and there is no Transport,” a Police FC player spoke to The-SportsNation.

“We lack motivation. We have issues of rent, what to feed while some have families.”

“All they tell us is that: ‘Dont think about money‘”

Police sit bottom of the table with only three points and are without a win since the season started.

Efforts by this website to reach a Club official for a statement in regards to the matter have been fruitless.

Police FC players are the second batch to come out and show their discontent with the management over unpaid dues after Tooro United.

The ongoing financial struggles, which is said to be at all the 16 top flight clubs, can partly be attributed to the Covid19 pandemic.

Next Five League Games for Police FC:

Dec 10: KCCA FC (Away)
Dec 18: Busoga United (Home)
Dec 21: Tooro United (Away)
Dec 28: Bright Stars (Home)
Jan 4: UPDF FC (Away)



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