The British tactician reveals to Goal that he received all of his outstanding compensation from K’Ogalo, almost a year after they divorced
Steven Polack hit Gor Mahia for not “according to him earning the respect he deserves” after their stance on unpaid salary.
The British tactician with two former K’Ogalo players – Dickson Ambundo and Shafik Batumbuze – were required to use legal means that involved letters to world governing body Fifa to fully resolve their outstanding salaries.
Despite confirming that his outstanding debt has now been cleared, Polack said Purpose he did not get the respect he deserved by ‘some of the top officials’ at the outgoing FKF Premier League champions.
What did Polack say?
“We finally reached an agreement that was pleasant for everyone and the matter was finally settled,” Polack said. Purpose exclusively from its base in Britain.
“Despite all my experience with some of the management, I feel that they did not give me the respect I deserved from my time at the club. I would like to thank those who supported me to the end. I appreciate you all … and remember: never give up the fight for justice. ”
Polack further explained that it was unfortunate that he had to fight to get what belonged to him, and insisted that the club settle the debt kindly without forcing them to take legal action.
‘I heard you were told that I had received my salary from Gor Mahia, but it must be said that I had to fight for it with the services of my adviser, and it took almost a year to get it right. mine, ”continues Polack.
‘May I also tell you that I was aware from the beginning that the club was experiencing financial difficulties, and out of compassion and understanding I offered to reduce the debt owed to me, and I hoped my gesture with gratitude would be received instead of the struggle I had to face to get my salary. ”
What did Gor Mahia say?
Gor Mahia got the chance to take part in the Caf Confederation Cup on Thursday after reaching an agreement with coach Polack and the above players.
“We [Gor Mahia] “reached an agreement with all the parties involved, for example, we paid Polack Ksh 700,000 and agreed to pay him monthly until we paid off his debt,” said Omondi Aduda, the club’s sporting director. Purpose.
‘This is the same case with Batambuze, we settled with him and reached an agreement on how to complete the remaining amount. As for Ambundo, we confirmed to Caf that we will settle with him after receiving our grants to reach the second round of the Champions League.
‘So we have the green light to play in the Caf Confederation Cup.