It appears there is a light at the end of the tunnel for the players and coaches of Nigeria Professional Football League club side, Heartland Football Club as the South Eastern club has begun the payment of the backlog of salaries they are being owned.
The Information was confirmed by a press release from the Imo State Ministry of Youth and Sports, but the players and coaches are to undergo an appearance validation before the payment can be effected.
According to our source the players and coaches to appear in person for verification before they are being paid four months out of the nine months currently being owned as the payment has begun in earnest.
”The players and coaches are to appear at the state secretariat in person, this is a part of the payment process before a cheque can be issued “. He said.
Seven of the players who have satisfied all the required verification processes have been handed their cheque containing a sum covering four out of nine months being owned.
In a chat with one of the players who played who pleaded anonymity said he is on his way to Owerri to fulfill the appearance’s righteousness.
“Normally they are supposed to just transfer through the bank but we are told to come and pick our cheque by appearance so I am on my way when I get there I will have better details of what is going on,” said the player.
The club was enmeshed in a leadership crisis that affected the performance of the team on and off the pitch but the new interim board inaugurated last week is the beginning of the restoration of order in the club.
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