National Super League side Ushuru FC might fold up if reports coming out from the cub is anything to go by.
With the NSL transfer window closing on Monday 9, November, the team has only 14 registered players all who have not received their salaries for the past three months.
A section of the players doesn’t have contracts in place and according to a Pepeta source, the team might fold unless something drastic happens between now and Monday.
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“The team might fold because as we speak things are not looking up for them. The players are yet to receive their salaries for the past three months and despite being active with preseason, they only have a total of 14 players with them.
“Among the 14, there are players whose contracts haven’t been renewed and it’s unclear when this will happen since the window is going to be closed soon. It will be interesting to see how they maneuver through the season if the team is to remain in the league,” the source said.
Ushuru finished sixth in the disrupted NSL season and it will be interesting to see how they maneuver through the season following the challenges they have faced as a team.