Defending Red Stripe Premier League champions Montego Bay United have expressed their dissatisfaction over the non-receipt of monthly disbursements from the Premier League Clubs Association (PLCA).
Before the start of the season, Montego Bay United stated they were pulling out of the Premier League Clubs Association but would remain a part of the league.
But after legal consultations by the Professional Football Association of Jamaica (PFAJ), it was established that Montego Bay United must remain a part of the PLCA in order to play in the premier league.
However, having played 8 months so far, the Montegonians are yet to get any monthly renumeration from the PLCA. PLCA Vice-Chairman Carvel Stewart says Montego Bay United is not entitled to any monthly draw-down.
Montego Bay United will play Arnett Gardens on Sunday in the first leg of the home and away play off to see who will advance to the semi-finals.