Boris Kok, a Cambodian defender has revealed through his social media that his club Sarawak United in Liga Super Malaysia has been owing himself and his teammates for more than four months.
“Hello everyone. I want say my apologies to you because since few weeks I didn’t give any news about me.” He said on Facebook Fan Page Boris Kok.
So now the information is in many media.
It’s official the Club of Sarawak didn’t paid all players and staffs since 4 months and all players still keeping their professional behavior in playing every games with all their motivations.
The situation for everyone is very hard. No money to pay home, to pay food, to move with car, to care about our families.
Everyone suffer a lot but we never talk in media because we love Sarawak United and Sarawak fans a lot. We didn’t want to blame the club by respect for them.
We were patient, the club promised many times to pay us since 3 months after every games. But always nothing and day after day the situation was worst.
So about me, my situation was different because the club gave me 2 weeks in July in order to go to France for my son’s birth.
During my time in France, after 3 months without salaries, I could break my contract with the club by Fifa rules and go back to Cambodia because I am on Loan. The team management talked with me and I gave a chance to the club by respect for Sarawak fans.
Since the Kedah game, they told me they will pay me for a flight ticket in order to join and play with Johor, Penang, Terengganu, and PJ City.
Unfortunately, they didn’t make anything and said me I can stay in France until they settle my situation.
So now the president promised us he will settle all of this sad situation in next 2 weeks. We hope he will respect his own words for the future of the team.
Terima Kasih to read the post.”
After this story was revealed The Malaysian Football League(MFL) took action immediately. With a penalty cut Sarawak’s live broadcast royalties in the amount of 100,000RM to pay the player. and warned the club to urgently resolve the issue within two weeks.
Credit Photo : Sarawak United