Senior players of Ghana Premier League side Aduana Stars have decided to boycott training over unpaid salaries and signing on fees.
Sources close to the team revealed that the playing body are owed nine months salaries, while some of the players contract with the club have ended but management has taken no action over that.
According to our source, the senior players within the squad such Yahaya Mohammed, Noah Martey, Fatawu Rahman, Samuel Bioh and others have decided to boycott training from Wednesday November 20, to show their displeasure to the management until they are attended to.
The players complained management of the club have brought in new players whilst the old players have been neglected by the club.
The source further explained that the playing body is not happy with the lack of permanent coach at the club since the departure of Kenichi Yatshuashi.
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