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Lusaka dynamos risk demotion

Lusaka Dynamos risk being demoted from the MTN FAZ Super League for failing to comply with club licensing rules and regulations, The ZamFoot crew understands.

Lusaka Dynamos have failed to comply with the financial criterion as several of their player as well as former coaches are owed huge sums of money in salary arrears.

The players and officials, who cannot be named, have since taken their case to FIFA, to arbitrate on their behalf.

The ZamFoot crew understands that the two coaches are owed over $100,000.

FIFA is expected to pay the concerned parties (5 players and 2 coaches). The World football governing body will then deduct the money from the grant which is given to football association of Zambia.

After that FAZ will ask Lusaka dynamos to pay the money back to the Association, Should they fail to oblige then they will be thrown out of the Super League.

This is on the basis of failing to meet the club licensing criteria. Club licensing at FAZ is headed by Erick Mwanza.

Lusaka Dynamos earned a tag of ‘money bags’ or big spenders after long time owner Hanif Adams sold half of his stake to a businessman and they went on a spending spree which saw them attract some of the top talents on the continent.

The likes Chris Mugalu, Joseph Ochaya were fused with some of Zambia’s finest talents like Fwayo Tembo but unfortunately, the team has struggled financially this season.

There has been a lot of turmoil behind the scenes at the legendary club which has been launching pad for the likes Hichani Himoonde, William Njobvu, Kalililo Kakonje, Danny Munyao and Philimon Chipeta

Late last month South African PSL side Amazulu were docket six points by the Premier Soccer League (PSL) for defying rulings of global body of Fifa and the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).

This was as a result of AmaZulu having been found guilty by Fifa’s Disciplinary Committee (DC) for failing to comply with a decision passed by CAS on September 13‚ 2017 regarding an employment-related dispute between Namibian player Phinheas Nambandi and the Durban club.

According to the Fifa Disciplinary Committee ruling ‚ AmaZulu were ordered to pay‚ among others: “R1‚086m as compensation for breach of contract within 30 days from the date of notification of the decision plus 5% interest per annum‚ as from 25 July 2014.”

According to the minimum requirements for clubs at the start of the 2017 season point number 11, A team is suppose to have No outstanding payables in respect of players, coaches or other listed personnel. This declaration must be accompanied by individually signed letters from each player and technical official registered in the previous season affirming not being owed any payable by the club including sign-on fees and salary.

Note That : FAZ has never relegated a team on the basis of club licensing.

 



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