“The total sum is not different – D250,000. I think it is important to clarify this for the future,” he said.
Mr Faye was also asked to comment on the possible venues of the Super Nawettan this year.
Last year, the final phases of the tournament had to be shifted to the national stadium for security reasons after violence led to a temporary suspension of the tourney. The Standard reliably leant that most of the zonal leaders are keen on returning to the local grounds arguing that community football must be played within the community. However, Mr Faye refused to make an emphatic statement as to where the tournament will be played this year. ”Such issues will be first discussed with the Super Nawettan organising committee when we meet them next,” he stressed.]]>