Former NPFL star and LMC players advisor Victor Ezeji has suggested a way he feels clubs can be awakened to their responsibilities to players and avoid players been owed backlog of salaries stressing that clamping hard on erring clubs and refusal to register such clubs who owe players will be the best approach to arrest the scourge of players been owed.
Ezeji speaking in a chat with www.brila.net said the issue of players complaints on salaries been owed is a recurring decimal and the hard way may just have to be the way to consider next because continuous registration of clubs that are indebted to players will only mean more debt been incurred and this can be be stopped by enforcing this stringent measure.
“This is a recurring decimal, I think it is time to put a final stop to it, we have said times without numbers that any club that is owing shouldn’t be registered for the next season and this has to be implemented because if you’re owing players you cannot continue playing because you will keep owing. So we should do our best to make sure that if you’re owing players even if it’s a month salary, we don’t have to register you.”
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