This material belongs to: Nairobi News.
The Englishman who managed the club for a seven month spell that commenced in November 2016, spoke to Nairobi News on Thursday, moments after sections of the media quoted him suggesting club officials received a cut from salaries and signing on fees payable to players employed by the club.
“He asked if I knew anything, I replied that I signed all players except two and that there are always rumors but no evidence that I knew of. I confirmed to the journalist that I was owed money from my last salary and that several players were also owed signing bonuses”.
“I have advanced the club Sh 1 million to help out in operations since I was elected. Why then would I turn around and take money from players? I hope those suggesting as much have evidence”, Napali said.
“All the players we signed last year are still in the club and they can confirm to you that they have not paid us or anybody anymore. Furthermore, even the said signing fee is not yet paid in full to most of the players. So which money did we eat?” Lilumbi pondered.