There is a latest update regarding Moroka Swallows Football Club, after the previous news that were all over the social media where by it was reported that the club’s management parted ways with 22 players.
Moroka Swallows are yet to settle the salaries owed to their coaching staff.
South African Players Union (Safpu) president Thulaganyo Gaoshubelwe confirmed that the issues surrounding unpaid salaries at Swallows have stretched over to the coaching staff as well (Sunday World).
The coaches are said to have not contested the matter out of fear of being fired.
Steve Komphela is the head coach with Musa Nyatama & Ditheko Mototo serving as his two assistants.
Apart from that, more problems for MaMkhize’s side Royal AM are just reported.
It is alleged that Royal AM Ladies players have not been paid their salaries since December last year, and the players are up in arms and threatening to quit the club.
Royal AM General Manager Richard Makhoba said there was no reason why they should be paid as they are amateur players and have no contracts.
“We have no obligation to pay them during off-season. They are on a stipend monthly and the league never paid the prize money either,” Makhoba said (Sunday World).
“Note that we don’t owe any women players any salary and have no obligation to give stipend when the league is over.
“The rules of Safa say that the registration of all amateur players is only for one season.”
Royal AM remain banned from signing new players for failing to pay Ricardo Nascimento & Samir Nurkovic.
In other news, one of the best Kaizer Chiefs FC attacking midfielders, Nkosingphile Ngcobo, has revealed an interesting information.
Ngcobo has revealed how he deals with Kaizer Chiefs FC pressure that comes from fans especially. We all know that sometimes when a player is not doing well, he or she will be criticised by fans. So, Ngcobo says he just stay away from the social media, because that can kill a person as a player. He also says by doing that, he doesn’t feel any pressure.
Telling local newspaper, IdisKi times, here is what he said;
“Just stay away from social media and even if you are there, just avoid being deep because it can really kill you. But I’m not in that deep, so I don’t feel the pressure.” Nkosingphile Ngcobo added.