Super league table leaders, KCC FC are on the verge of losing all senior players in the on going transfers because of breaching their contracts. The players have gone without salaries for the last five months and many who were promised accommodation are yet to get it.
The City lads now depend on the 3000 shillings training allowance they receive during training sessions. Players like Umar Hitimana who is being courted by Rwanda's APR have already been thrown out of their houses for failure to pay rent. George Nsimbe the KCC coach is worried that he may loose the entire senior squad. Nsimbe says he is in talks with the KCC top management under Godfrey Kiseka to ensure that player's arrears are paid before the second leg starts.
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Sam Mubiru the KCC captain says he is open to move to any other team that follows the right channels to secure his signing. However Godfrey Kiseka says, the players are only owed two months salary.
He says in any case loosing the players will not affect the smooth operation of the city council. Kiseka has warned that the players who seek to address their problems in the press risk loosing out. KCC players receive a 200,000 shillings monthly payment on top of accommodation and other incentives depending on the bargaining power of individual players.
KCC tops the league table with 40 points and is closely followed by sports club Villa in 2nd place with 39 points. Samba is third placed with 36 points.
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