The Acting General Manager of Crown Football Club of Ogbomoso, Mr Kunle Oyeleye has charged all members of staff to be professional in the discharge of their duties and eschew partisanship.
Following a meeting on Tuesday at the Club’s Secretariat Soun Township Stadium, Oyeyemi said: “I want to use this privilege to urge us to be more professional in our conduct and desist from any act that could set the club backward as any erring member of staff caught in act inimical to the policy of the club would be sanctioned accordingly”.
“Crown FC is a professional outfit with core values in football activities and not a political group that the sole ownership belongs to the good people and Government of Oyo State. Any staff who is found to be partisan or intends to engage in something else should resign. You cannot mix politics with football and expect a better result.
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“I implore us to be wary of our conducts on social media and other engagements”, the Ajilete Warriors boss maintained.”
The club’s Welfare Officer, Mr Oyebowale Adetayo , in his reaction thanked, Governor Seyi Makinde and the state’s commissioner for sport, Seun Fakorede for making Staff welfare a priority, particularly on the prompt payment of staff salaries.