Swallows FC players sensationally withdrew from first-team training due to an ongoing unpaid wages problem that threatens to turn their relegation fight into chaos.
"Players are not receiving their salaries at Swallows which is something that has been happening since November last year," South African Football Players Union deputy secretary-general Calvin Motloung confirmed in the media.
It was added that a meeting was held with the management concerning the problem that they are currently facing. It was then suggest that the club must be given enough time to as they promised to settle the payments.
It was also revealed that the management will. Have to face the players and settle the issue. Some of the payments are said that they are ouatanding since December. Players are not well encouraged to do well in the field.
Swallows is now not doing well in the league and they might be relegated as the season finishes.
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