KCCA FC has come clean of rumors about unpaid CAF allowances of the players and coaches pinning CAF for not paying the prize money in full.
The media has been circulating grapevine about KCCA FC not fully paying bonuses of players who represented the club on the continent both in 2017 where the left the group stage to qualify for the CAF confederations cup competition knockout stages and in 2018 where they failed to replicate the same type of form crashing out of the CAF champions league on the group stages.
However, with all these circulating rumors, KCCA FC has issued a statement clearing the air about the prize money.
The 2019/20 UPL runners-up stated that in 2017, they only received half of the expected prize money from CAF because of penalties and TV costs incurred relating to the CAF confederations cup competition. The statement goes ahead to state that it was because of these penalties that CAF withheld 50% of the prize money. KCCA FC says that it informed its technical team being the players and the coach about the new developments and also claims to have cleared half of the promised bonuses.
In the same statement, KCCA FC pins CAF for withholding money for TV costs for a quarter-final fixture even when the club failed to make it out of the group stages.
The Kasisiro boys through their cooperate secretary Davis Otieno have stated that they are engaging CAF through FUFA to see that they can recoup that money and pay the players their remaining prize money bonuses.