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“In my manifesto, I promised to open-up ways of how the Federation can have money to fund football activities and to utilise the available resources. For long term processes, I offered my brain to look for ways of how football can finance itself because I have no money to run football as an individual’’, said Magogo.
The statement comes only a few days after Cranes’ elimination from CECAFA and its players having complained of being lowly paid.
Magogo failed to reveal the exact amount of money that the players received but instead stated that “players were clearly paid according to the FUFA financial manual, though, I can’t tell what exactly they received because it looks so unprofessional to reveal the exact amount’’.
Cranes players are said to have received Shs 25,000 each after CECAFA where the national team was eliminated in the quarter finals.
But players are insisting that, much as they are being paid according to the FUFA financial manual, they were not told and they have never got a chance to look at the said manual.
“Let the Federation be realistic; did they tell any player about the process and way they would pay us? The one day they will circulate that manual amongst players before or after any tournament, I will let you know,” said one of the players.