Busoga United have cleared air after players came out and cried foul over unpaid salaries.
The players claim that the club has given them a deaf ear on salary issues.
“We indeed owe players dues and share their frustration over delay,” Busoga has said in a document. “Its a scary time just like other clubs or business, Covid19 has hit us hard but we are establishing new avenues for raising finances, Committed to ensuring players’ arrears are cleared and confident that this will be handled in the best way possible.”
“Players arrears are currently the club’s first obligation and management is fighting tooth and nail to raise funds needed to settle the outstanding due.
“Our players have established utmost patience despite the very odd times and we greatly appreciate them, we have kept close contact with our players more than ever before and confident that they trust our effort, our players are professional enough and aware of proper channels to voice their concern and belief their dialogue.”
“We wish to protect our players from all allegations and false prophecies, its our moments of struggle that define us, how we handle them is what matters! We are FAMILY that shall remain stronger together. EYAIFFE.”
Other players from Maroons, Onduparaka Villa SC and Bright Stars among others, have also come out to cry foul over unpaid salaries.