Zambia U20 will be paid their dues – Andrew Kamanga
Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) President Andrew Kamanga has assured the victorious Zambia U20 national team will be paid their dues by the government soon.
Kamanga disclosed that the government was in the process has been given all the account details to the government and they should be getting their payments soon.
“Their issues are being addressed, all the matters to do with payments are handled by the government. As of last week all their account details were collected and they will be paid whatever is due to them. I don’t think that is a big issue,” Kamanga said.
“Their could be a delay but at the end of the day they will still be paid and we gave them that assurance,” he added.
The FAZ strong man also confirmed that the team was in camp preparing for the Invitation tournament in North Korea which kicks off on Friday.
There were reports that the Africa U20 champions are protesting the none payment of their allowances after they were not paid before breaking camp after the Africa Cup of Nations tournament.
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