CLUB unrest continues to haunt premiership newcomers Tripple B, after players petitioned the club executive demanding their outstanding singing-on fees.
REPORT BY KENNETH NYANGANI
The Lowveld-based side, which has been dogged by player unrest, as well as divisions within the club’s executive committee, is reported to be owing its players close to US$15 000 in unpaid signing-on fees.
According to an insider who spoke to this publication, the players handed the petition to the club executive last week but they are still to get the response.
‘It’s true that they wrote a petition which they handed over to the club executive over outstanding signing-on fees which they also claim that they were reduced without their knowledge,’’ said the source.
‘’This issue has to be addressed as a matter of urgency because this situation is not healthy for the team. We should always make sure that morale is always high in our camp, so that we work on improving our position on the log table as well as keeping our premiership status,’’ he added.
Club chairman Lovemore Matikinyidze said he was not at liberty to discuss club problems to the press.
‘’We don’t solve our problems in the press, we have proper channels that we follow here,’’ he said.