…says Kamwendo in similar situation…
Former Supersport, Silver Strikers and Bloemfontein Celtic forward Atusaye Nyondo is now surviving on friends and family after a revelation that his South African National First Division Club, Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila is paying him less than half of his salary.
According to South Africa’s Kickoff magazine, Nyondo’s life at the club has turned into a nightmare as the club is only paying him R10 000 (about K530, 000) per month, which is less than what the two parties agreed when he was signing a one-and-a-half year deal.
“I signed a one-and-a half-year contract and I still have a year to go. To be honest with you, its just so bad, where you see other players get paid. It’s me and Joseph Kamwendo where we don’t get paid. We don’t know what the problem is, because it’s from January up now where we get small money. It’s not even half of your salary,” he told Kickoff magazine.
The Flames forward has since taken the matter to the Players Union where he is hoping to get the help he needs to get back his money from the club.
Before joining TM, Nyondo was club less following his release from Celtic where he spent a year.
Previously, he had a very successful time with Supersport United.