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FIFPRO HANDS LUSAKA DYNAMOS AND NKANA TRANSFER BANS

FIFPRO HANDS LUSAKA DYNAMOS AND NKANA TRANSFER BANS

By Aaron Mubanga Jnr|25th February 2020

The Fédération Internationale des Associations de Footballeurs Professionnels generally referred to as FIFPro has named two Zambian clubs Lusaka Dynamos and Nkana among clubs handed transfer bans.

The two clubs are not the only ones as they are with three others in Moroccan outfit Chabab Rif Al Hoceima, the Black Forest from Botswana and Ifeanyi Ubah of Nigeria.

According to a tweet from the worldwide representative organization for 65,000 professional footballers, The listed clubs had issues with paying players their wages and needed FIFPRO’s member unions to help players claim unpaid wages.

“UPDATE: Further to the warning we issued last July, transfer bans have been handed to the following clubs in Africa:

🇲🇦 Chabab Rif Al Hoceima
🇿🇲@LusakaDynamosfc
🇧🇼 Black Forest FC
🇿🇲 @FcNkana
🇳🇬 @FCIfeanyiUbah

Our member unions helped players in each club claim unpaid wages.”

It’s however not clear what this ban Intel’s for both the twelve-time Super League Champions and the Lusaka based outfit.

Nkana FC was ordered to pay Ghanaian goalkeeper Stephen Adams US$ 27,000 plus 5% interest per annum back in May 2019 for breach of contract.

The 35-year-old joined Nkana FC after signing a three-year deal on a free transfer in January 2018 but had his contract terminated after just six months.

Meanwhile, Lusaka Dynamos were docked six points by FIFA after failing to comply with a directive to settle all dues owed to Ghanaian duo of Sheriff Deen and Abdul Latif Mohammed during the 2019 transitional League.

(ZamFoot Crew)

 

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