Free State Stars and TS Galaxy FC are set to face the PSL DC over unpaid salaries.

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Free State Stars and TS Galaxy FC are set to face the PSL DC over unpaid salaries.

"There are about eight players from Free State Stars who have not received their June salaries," SAFPU deputy Secretary general Calvin Motloung tells KickOff.com.

"There are also six players from TS Sporting, of which we have referred their matter to the PSL.

"Because he has been relegated (Club chairman Slungu Thobela) he says he doesn't have any money left to pay the players.

"We are still waiting to hear from the PSL about how are they going to deal with him because we are not sure if he has already received his grant.

"If that's the case players must get their monies because their contracts with the club were not yet finished.

"We all know we will be unable to get him once he is down there because he will be playing in the amateur ranks.

"The players must get what is due to them, we must find a way.

"If it means his status in the ABC Motsepe League must be sold for players to recover their money, let it be that."