Triple C owed $20 000, Gave LD two weeks notice as per FIFA guide lines
The Lusaka dynamos vs Clatous Chota Chama (Triple C) transfer saga has taken a new twist with revelations that the club owed the player money which was suppose to paid to him before 14th July which they have not done.
Lusaka dynamos version
According to todays Zambia Daily Mail newspaper Lusaka Dynamos President Hanif Adams has said that Cletus Chama was not getting paid his Salary because the club had to deduct it after the club paid back K600,000 ( $60,000) to Buildcon FC on his behalf when the midfielder received a Sign on Fee from the Ndola based Giants in December 2017 before changing his mind and returning to the Lusaka based club.
Adams went on to say that Cletus still owes his club K350,000 ( $35,000) and as such the club will not release his International Transfer Clearance (ITC) until he pays.
Chama who is currently in Turkey on pre- season with his new Club, Tanzanian Giants Simba has disputed the figures demanding the club provides proof to back their claims.
Money owed to Chama
However information that is reaching Zambianfootball.co. zm is that the Club owes the player K200, 000.00 ($20 000) in respect to his salary which was suppose to be cleared by July 14th.
A Zamfoot crew source provided an official document dated 25th June 2018 written by Lusaka dynamos acknowledging owing Chama the sad amount and that they would clear it by 14th July .
“This letter serves as a confirmation of the amount owed to you in respect of salaries due to you as at 30th June 2018 stands at K200, 000.00 ( Two hundred thousand Kwacha only) which is to be paid on or before 14th July 2018,” Read the letter which will not be published as per our sources request.
The source went on to disclose that the player gave the club a two weeks notice as per FIFA requirement.
” The player gave the club a two weeks notice as per FIFA requirement. Ochaya has not returned, Lee Addy is nowhere to be seen but had a running contract and what of Fwayo Tembo who has not been training for five months? . The owe alot of players alot of money,” The source said.
The former Zesco United midfielder is settling with his new Club, Simba who are in turkey for their pre-season in preparation for the new Tanzania Super League season.
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