FIFPRO warns players against signing for Lusaka dynamos
The Fédération Internationale des Associations de Footballeurs Professionnels generally referred to as FIFPro has advised football players against signing for Zambia Super League side Lusaka dynamos.
The worldwide representative for professional footballers took to Twitter to warn players against signing for the Lusaka based outfit because of repeated nonpayment of salaries. FIFPRO also advised players against signing for Lusaka City Council.
Other Clubs warned against are Tunisian side Club Africain, Chabab Rif Al Hoceim and Black Forest FC
Transfer Window Warning
FIFPRO advises footballers not to sign for these African clubs because of repeated non-payment of salaries
— FIFPRO (@FIFPro) July 9, 2019
In April this year, the Fifa Disciplinary Committee sanctioned Lusaka Dynamos with a deduction of three points on the league standings for failure to honor contractual obligations towards Ghanaian player Abdul Latif Mohammed.
In April last year, former Lusaka Dynamos player, Nseumo Dongue George Isis, took Lusaka Dynamos to the High Court demanding payment of K200 000 (about US$15 000) for termination of his employment.
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