SAFPU is set to meet with Tshakhuma Tsha Madzinhandila players on Wednesday in a bid to resolve the issue of outstanding salaries, among other issues.
TTM have drawn headlines for all the wrong reasons for the past few weeks with some players reportedly engaged in a strike due to being owed money by the club.
Striker Lerato Lamola, midfielder Mogakolodi Ngele and defender Lehlohonolo Nonyane are some of the players who have reportedly stopped training until they are paid their full salaries.
Players' Union deputy general secretary Calvin Motloung confirms there is a meeting with the TTM players this week to address what has been affecting them at the Limpopo club.
"It will be unfair to mention the names of the players. Yes of course there are those who are senior players and are not scared to talk but there are also those that are scared to come out and talk," Motloung tells KickOff.com.
"That's the reason we decided to meet the whole team when they come for their game against Kaizer Chiefs in Johannesburg this week."
TTM, who have slipped down to 15th place on the DStv Premiership log, face eighth-placed Amakhosi at FNB Stadium on Tuesday (17h00).
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