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Legon Cities players boycott training over unpaid bonuses and salary arrears

Legon Cities Football Club is facing turmoil as its players have decided to boycott training sessions ahead of their crucial Ghana Premier League Matchday 23 fixture.

The decision comes amidst mounting frustrations over unpaid bonuses and salary arrears, with reports indicating that the players are owed three months’ worth of pay.

The standoff between the players and the club’s management has escalated, highlighting the financial challenges plaguing the team.

The situation has cast a shadow over the team’s preparations for their upcoming match against Nsoatreman, as the absence of key players from training sessions threatens to disrupt their momentum and cohesion on the field.

With Legon Cities currently sitting at the 13th position on the league table with 28 points, every match is crucial in their bid to secure a favorable position in the standings.

However, the unresolved issue of unpaid wages has added another layer of uncertainty and pressure to their already challenging campaign.

As the club grapples with internal strife, fans and stakeholders are left concerned about the impact of the ongoing financial woes on the team’s performance and overall stability.

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