By: Sheikh Tophic Sienu @desheikh1 on twitter


The challenges of surviving in the Premier League has started starring Ebusua Dwarfs in the face as the club is yet to pay their players? winning bonuses since the start of the second round in the Zone Two Division One League.

Ghanasoccernet.com investigations have revealed that the Cape Coast based newly promoted side is financially strapped compelling them to owe the team bonuses for thirteen consecutive matches with two to go to the end of the season.

Sources close to the team revealed that the playing body had vowed to qualify the team back into the premiership after they were relegated last season since they were thoae who got the team relegated and that the management of the team has done little to support the course.

The source who pleaded anonymity told Ghanasoccernet.com, ?To be honest with you, everyone thinks that the management and leadership of the club should be praised for the qualification but it is the players. Look, these boys have not been paid their bonuses since the second round of matches but they keep on saying they owe it a task to get the club back into the premier league?.

?I wouldn?t want to even talk about their salaries because if their bonuses should be unpaid for thirteen matches, then you can imagine their salaries ?.

With two matches to end the season Ebusua Dwarfs have already picked their ticket for the 2015/16 league season after amassing 67 points out of 28 matches.


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