Former UMS of Loum forward Joseph Momaso has dragged his club president between 2017-2018 Pierre Kwemo of UMS Loum to court with the allegation that President Pierre Kwemo forge his signature to extend his contract at UMS of Loum and even registered him as a UMS player for the current CAF champions season without his knowledge.

Momaso spent two seasons in Loum under president Pierre Kwemo but in the end of the the 2018 season he moved to center region side Eding Sport FC and has not kicked a ball for the club in the new season due to complications in the process of registration of the player caused by the fact that two clubs Eding Sport FC and UMS of Loum are claiming ownership of the service of the player.

kick442.com understands UMS have documents indicating that Momaso signed a contract extension on the first of October 2018 whereas the player claims he didn’t sign and his signature has been forged.

Both parties and their entourage are expected in court in Yaounde on the 28th of this month.

Last season there was a similar case between both clubs with another forward Willy Nnameji who signed and was presented to the media as an Eding Sport FC player but finally came back and played for UMS but skipped both games against Eding Sport FC last season. This season Eding Sport FC signalled a protest against Nnameji before kick off in Loum with allegations of theft.

Early last season kick442.com had an off microphone conversation with Nnameji who acknowledged he had received money from Eding Sport FC but the president of UMS had promised to refund the money, unfortunately we cannot category say if the money has been refunded or not till date.

Clubs in Cameroon and their players have always had this disputes over their contract situation.

Angu Lesley

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