AFTERMATH OF HOME DEFEAT: PLATEAU UTD PLACES PLAYERS ON HALF SALARY

Written by on December 29, 2020

NIGERIA PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS, PLATEAU UNITED HAVE PLACED THEIR PLAYERS ON A HALF SALARY FOLLOWING THEIR 2-0 HOME DEFEAT AGAINST KWARA UNITED IN MATCHDAY ONE OF THE 2020/2021 NPFL SEASON IN JOS.

THE “GENERAL MANAGER OF THE CLUB, PIUS HENWAN GAVE THE DIRECTIVE WHILE ADDRESSING PLAYERS AND COACHES OF THE TEAM.”

IN A PRESS STATEMENT SIGNED BY THE CLUB’S MEDIA OFFICER, ALBERT DAKUP, IT SAID THAT THE MANAGEMENT OF THE JOS BASED TEAM HAS PLACED THE ENTIRE TEAM ON HALF SALARY FOLLOWING THEIR POOR START TO THE NIGERIA PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE AFTER GOING DOWN TWO-NIL TO KWARA UNITED OF ILORIN AT THE NEW JOS STADIUM.

HE EXPLAINED THAT THE TEAM HAS NO EXCUSE WHATSOEVER NOT TO BEAT KWARA UNITED STRESSING THAT THEIR PERFORMANCE DURING THE MATCH WAS NOT ACCEPTABLE.

HENWAN LAMENTED THAT DESPITE THE STATE GOVERNMENT’S HUGE INVESTMENT ON THE TEAM, THE PLAYERS ARE NOT RECIPROCATING THE GESTURE.

HE WARNED THAT ANYBODY WHO IS NOT READY TO WORK FOR THE COLLECTIVE ASPIRATIONS OF THE TEAM WOULD BE SHOWN THE WAY OUT.


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