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KUFC RISKS LOSING PLAYERS OVER UNPAID PERKS

About five key players for Karonga United Football Club (KUFC) have threatened to quit the team due to unpaid salaries and on-signing fees.

The players who have written a contract termination letter are alleging that they provided unwilling pro-bono services for six months.

Chairperson for the Club, Alufeyo Chipanga, confirmed the development citing financial constraints as a catalyst for the misfortune.

“It is indeed true that we have not paid the players for several months,” said Chipanga.

“But as a club, we are working tirelessly to pay the players as soon as possible. Running a team in the Super League is not an easy task,” he said.

Some of the players who wrote the letter include Sunganani Mponda, Davie Tobias and Josiah Duwa.

In the 2023 Super League, Karonga United finished in position 9 amassing 37 Points.
Reported by Hassan Phiri.

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