Former Mighty Be Forward Wanderers Team Manager, Stevie Madeira wants to meet with the club to discuss the way forward about the club’s failure to pay back his dues amounting to about K7 million.
Madeira resigned last month as Wanderers Team Manager with confusions and political issues being primary reasons for his stepping down.
In his resignation letter, Madeira indicated that the club owed him money close to K7 million.
Madeira, therefore, gave the club a 72-hour ultimatum to pay him back the money which he used in paying some of the clubs expenses such as daily training allowances, game bonuses to players and technical officials and other daily running of the team.
In an interview, Madeira said Be Forward Wanderers Football Club was yet to give him his dues and he would hold a meeting with his former club to discuss how best to settle his dues.
“It has been two weeks now and they still haven’t communicated and responded to that letter.
“I am currently outside Blantyre and next week when I get back to Blantyre, I will try to have a meeting with them to discuss the way forward and whatever comes out of that meeting I will communicate,” Madeira said.
In a response to Madeira, Be Forward Wanderers Football Club Chairperson, Gift Mkandawire said it was not only Madeira who the club owes money.
“I cannot confirm whether the money is the same as he is claiming but Madeira is not the only one the club owes money to. The club owes money to a lot of other people,” Mkandawire said.
He added: “This is personal and club matter and we are dealing with Madeira internally.”
Meanwhile, Mkandawire said the club was handling the Madeira issue the same way it was handling issues concerning other people and that the issues were not for public consumption.