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“FUFA has no money. I am telling you because you will not see Cranes training this week although Magogo says that the Federation is financially stable,” said the source.
“Let Magogo (FUFA President) come out and disapprove this. He doesnt even give us lunch anymore and he says we should tell media if we want. That privilege is gone. It’s me who buys lunch for Federation workers, what does that indicate?’’ added.
On Thursday, the 13 Federation executive members had a meeting at Njeru technical centre to pave way for settling the financial problems in the Federation and some other issues.
However, members from this meeting didn’t reveal much of what exactly was talked about so “widely”.
Nine days back, the Federation president, Moses Magogo, clearly and loudly told the press that, “the Federation is financially stable and coach Micho is demanding nothing from the Federation as far as his remuneration is concerned”.
Cranes head coach, Micho, however said, “I am only waiting for the Federation to give a go ahead for the Cranes training to start’’.