Gunners face gloomy December

Kootshephile Molatole (black) of Gunners battles for the ball against Bosa Mokgweetsi (blue) of UB Hawks PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Kootshephile Molatole (black) of Gunners battles for the ball against Bosa Mokgweetsi (blue) of UB Hawks PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

Extension Gunners' players will face a salary setback in December due to investor Thabo Sechele of THAMA Holdings withdrawing resources as of November 30, 2023, citing verbal abuse and threats.

The club's spokesperson, Ofentse Mmulaefe, conveyed that Sechele's decision includes non-payment of player rent, unavailability of transport for training and matches, and a cessation of meal provision on match days. Additionally, Sechele discontinued the production and sale of replicas.

The club disclosed an assault on chairperson Thatayaone Mohutsiwa during a recent Debswana First Division South League game.

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