A source close to Aduana Stars has confirmed that the management of the club has failed to pay their players for close to three months.
It was also revealed that the management are yet to fulfil the $2000 promise made to the 18 players when they qualified for the group stages of the CAF Confederation Cup.
The playing body have threatened to boycott training when they resume training sometime next week if the money is not paid.
“If this month ends [June], the players would not have paid for three months. The $2000 promise made to the 18 players for qualifying for the group stage of CAF Confederation Cup is also in arrears.
“I don’t know for the technical team whether they have been paid or not,” the source revealed.
However, the players are worried about the club inability to fulfil the “one-player-one-land” promise after winning the 2016/17 premier league.
“Again, they are yet to receive the land which was promised them after their feat in the 2016/17 premier league season”, the insider added.
The 2016/2017 Ghana Premier League champions are not in their fine form that propelled their last season glory.
The Fire Boys have only one point in their ongoing CAF Confederations Cup campaign.