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Former RTU coach Abdul Mumin demands unpaid salaries after dismissal

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Abdulai Mumin, who was asked to step aside temporarily by Ghanaian Premier League side Real Tamale United (RTU), has poured out his frustrations over the club’s failure to settle his unpaid bonuses after his dismissal amid accusations of match manipulation.

Speaking to Media General’s Akoma FM in an interview, Mumin revealed that the club has not made payments for his services since joining the Tamale-based club in the 2022/23 season.

“We went on a mutual termination. I couldn’t have resigned because I have a lot of money to take from them. That’s my unpaid salaries and bonuses from the 2022/23 and 2023/24 seasons. The only money we have received is just that of March this year. Just last month, they paid only that one for the whole of this year,” Mumin stated.

Additionally, he explained that his decision to volunteer for the coaching role was pushed by a desire to support the development of young players and contribute to the growth of the game, despite facing financial constraints.

“We thought that we are supposed to develop and help the young guys and the game, but there was a situation where the team had nobody to come and assist. And we thought we have the A license, so I volunteered to help in that direction, and there were even occasions where players were paid, and I wasn’t paid,” Abdulai Mumin added.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1Mhz|Pius Asack|Ghana

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