Nyasa Big Bullets football club players have rejected a 50% pay cut proposal from the team’s executive committee as an effect of the corona virus pandemic which has delayed kick off of the 2020 season.
Last week, the 2019 TNM super league champions announced to their players their salaries will be cut by half and the players which they have denied.
In a letter addressed to Bullets executive from the players, they have decided to reject the pay cut proposal as they have already been hit hard by not receiving training allowances and game bonuses.
The players further said they have no other means of sourcing money apart from playing football to support their families hence they are depending on their monthly salaries to support themselves.
Despite Bullets players rejecting the pay cut proposal, their arc rivals Be Forward Wanderers has had a pay cut on the salaries of it’s players after their sponsors Be Forward proposed a reduction in the sponsorship money as their second hand selling business has been affected by the corona virus.