By Muambo Edward 

Football Writer, – Cameroon

The Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT) came out smiling at the end of a case between them and former Indomitable Lions Coach Hugo Broos.

The Belgian who led Cameroon to victory in the 2017 African Cup of Nations in Gabon was shown the door on December 4, 2017 by the Normalization Committee under the tutelage of Barrister Dieudonne Happi.

Broos then filed a complaint with FIFA claiming the sum of 974 million FCFA from the Cameroon Football Federation for wrongly termination of contract and accrued interests and legal costs.

On January 28, 2020, the unique judge in FIFA’s Commission for the status of players made public his pronouncements on the matter between Broos and Fecafoot.

Fecafoot refused the claims from Broos who justified the 974 millions he was claiming as accrued interests of 5% of interest from December 4, 2017, and a payment of 13 million FCFA for legal charges incurred in the whole legal procedure.

Fecafoot on their part recognized the fact that they were owing him 94 million frs of accrued salaries and were ready to pay him just that amount.

The judgement takes Fecafoot off the hook of what would have been a huge financial loss had the Belgian found favour in the eyes of FIFA.

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