Abuja - The League Management
Company (LMC) has confirmed it will be paying one month salaries of FC Taraba
Players of relegated FC
Taraba are being owed 11 months salaries, and they have been protesting in
front of the Taraba State Government House for the past two weeks, but speaking
in a radio interview, Chief Operating Officer of the LMC, Salihu Abubakar said
they will be paying at least one month of the players’ salaries.
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“We have received the
account details of the players and we will be paying at least one month of
their salaries so they can spend the holidays with it.
“So we will pay them at least one month of the
salaries owed them but I also understand the Taraba State Government has agreed
to pay them two months’ salaries but that notwithstanding, we will pay them
what we intend to,” Abubakar said.
FC Taraba were relegated at the end of the last season of
the Nigeria Professional Football League, after they finished bottom of the
table, with players and officials of the team being owed salaries and match