GFF still to pay out prize money for year-end championship

Despite concluding the ‘Big Four’ Championship on November 12th 2017 and their Year-end Championship on January 1st 2018, the Guyana Football Federation (GFF), is yet to pay the respective top four finishers their prizes monies.

According to sources close to the GFF, “The GFF has not paid any prize monies for the Big Four Tournament and the recently concluded yearend tournament. They also owe some of the clubs monies for ground rentals and insurance matters from the second season when they didn’t insure the players. They also have not paid the clubs for their transportation expenses. Some of the players are also owed their match-day stipends for the first two rounds of the Elite League Season three.”

Fruta Conquerors secured the ‘Big Four’ Championship’, edging Elite League winner, the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) 1-0. The Tucville based unit is owed $1,500,000 for their efforts, while GDF is awaiting the second place package of $700,000.

On the other hand, Buxton United and Victoria Kings are owed $500,000 and $300,000 apiece for finishing third and fourth respectively.

In terms of the recently concluded GFF Year-end Classic, GDF….

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