Players return to training after latest Swallows promises

Premiership

Swallows FC players have resumed first-team training following clear-the-air talks in a tense meeting held with the club's hierarchy, including chairman David Mogashoa.

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On Monday, Safpu deputy secretary Taelo Calvin Motloung revealed that the Swallows squad had refused to partake in training following the club's failure to pay certain players their salaries, dating as far back as November 2021.

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Players demanded a meeting while refusing to train until their salary demands were resolved.

"Yes, the players had training yesterday after Mr Mogashoa met with them and promised to pay them on Tuesday," Motloung confirms to KickOff.

"He pleaded with them to continue training and promised to fix everything by today.

"Because the guys are not bad people, they love football, they understand when you are speaking to them.

"So they've given the club until today to get things right, we'll see what happens."

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