12 Sep, 17:02
National Super League side Ushuru FC players have staged a boycott and threatened not to honour any of their remaining league matches over unpaid dues.
Despite being in firm position for a top flight return, all seems not well at the Taxmen club with the new development threatening to derail their march.
A spot check at the team training base this Tuesday had players giving the session a wide berth, for the second day running.
A source who spoke on anonymity revealed that the players have unanimously agreed not honour any games until their allowances are sorted.
-We have decided to stay out of the training and wont be participating in any games until our allowances are paid. we have given our all in the games despite not getting our allowances since January.
-They are telling us to wait until the league ends we have been here before and we can't buy in to this trick again, a source from the club told futaa.
The Taxmen recently lost to lowly St Joseph in their weekend outing, in what could be as to a mild protest from the players to the prevailing circumstances
Ushuru got relegated from KPL on 2016 along side Nairobi City Stars.