New Edubiase have suspended four of its players for demanding their salary before Thursday’s training session, GHANAsoccernet.com understands.
The players include star striker Stephen Manu, Iddrisu Yaya, Richard Agyei and goalkeeper Eric Nii Baah.
They were said to have demanded payment of about two-month outstanding salary arrears owed them before taking part in Thursday eveneing’s training session.
Officials present were said to be furious with the players’ conduct hence their decision to sack them from the training grounds and subsequently ban them from nearing the team because of their ‘bad influnce’ on the entire group.
Management of the club have already confirmed owing salaries to players and were taking steps to address the issue but the four were said to be insistent on their monies immediately illiciting their staunch stance at the training grounds.
Edubiase have had a highly fruitful campaign this term leading to their current sixth positioning in the Ghanaian topflight.
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