DEPORTIVO GUADALAJARA footballer Moussa Sidibe has astonishingly begged the club to let him eat.
Incredibly, he claims the third tier Spanish side have failed to pay him since October 2017 — but have forced him to continue training as he is under contract.
— Moussa11 (@Mussssa11) January 5, 2018
The club are currently in extreme financial difficulties, and none of the players have received their salaries for nearly three months.
But, for Mali-born Moussa, 22, the situation has become dire — and he has launched a desperate plea to be released as he can't afford food.
In a passionate statement posted on his Twitter, he reveals the "unsustainable situation" he is living, admits "perhaps dying of hunger" will free him from the club and claims he is a "slave".
— Moussa11 (@Mussssa11) November 23, 2017
+3 y seguir currando…grande equipazo ⚽️⚽️💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾 pic.twitter.com/jV8PyVUWvN
— Moussa11 (@Mussssa11) October 12, 2017
He also explained:
— Moussa11 (@Mussssa11) September 5, 2017
— Moussa11 (@Mussssa11) September 1, 2017
Support for Moussa has poured in with his statement receiving thousands of retweets.
Several social medial users have replied offering help — with fans of other Spanish lower league clubs even urging them to sign him.
Guadalajara has previous and, in 2016, were taken to court by its players over a lack of pay.
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