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Monday, January 28, 2013
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MSC booters stay away from training

The disgruntled Mohammedan booters refrained from training for a second consecutive day as the management stuck to its decision not to pay the players' dues until the investigation regarding Mohammedan's 4-1 loss against Muktijoddha Sangsad is completed.

The players had skipped training on Saturday in protest of unpaid wages and the club management said that they had stopped the salary of December due to the investigation.

However, the team management sat with the players to discuss the matter yesterday and it is expected that the players may resume their training from today ahead of tomorrow's Bangladesh Premier League encounter against Brothers Union.

Lokman Hossain Bhuiyan, directors in charge, said, “We had paid 70 to 80 percent payments to the players and 30 to 20 percent is given as monthly salary but we did not clear the payment of December due as an investigation in running and we still stick to our decision.”

Lokman also said that they would launch another investigation regarding the players' revolt.

However a source inside the club, on condition of anonymity, said that the players have been assured that the dues will be cleared after the match against Brothers Union.

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