- Premier League newcomers Techiman City FC have boycotted training for the past three days over unpaid salaries
- President of the club is working round the clock to resolve the issue
- The new GPL season has been in the news for all the good reasons so far
New entry into the Ghana Premier League, Techiman City players are reported to have boycotted training for over three days due to unpaid salaries and in some cases signing-on fees.
According to a Ghanasoccernet.com report the players of the club are owed two months salaries. The playing body claims that about 70% of the current team members who graduated with the team from Division One still have 6 months of their salaries unpaid.
It is also revealed that players who joined the team before the start of the season signed inconclusive contracts with the club without proper due diligence because the window was closing.
President of the club Charles Kwadwo Ntim [Micky Charles] is resolving the matter with the players before the league resumes next week.
Techiman City secured promotion to the Ghana Premier League with a 2-0 victory over Unity FC in the Division One final games in Goaso.