Max Bullets FC owner Max Kapanda has said they expect to get prize money for winning the Southern Region Football Association (SFRA) Premier League championship.
There is a cloud of uncertainty on whether Nsejjere will reward the teams in absence of a contract between the United States-based casual and sportswear firm and the league.
“It was publicly announced jointly by the league and the sponsor [Nsejjere] that the league would be sponsored to the tune of K10 million and we expect to be rewarded.
“In fact, we have not made any plans for the TNM Super League until we get the prize money which we intend to use as starterpack. So, as at now I cannot commit our participation in the top-flight league until that issue is cleared,” said Kapanda.
However, SRFA chairperson Raphael Humba yesterday insisted that they expect Nsejjere to honour the prizes.
“Of course, people are saying in absence of a written agreement, it would be difficult to bank on Nsejjere, but the thing is that they made a commitment and we expect them to honour that commitment.
“To that effect, we have already sent a reminder to the sponsor through the broker of the deal Tiya Somba-Banda as the league is heading towards conclusion,” he said.