By Dar Al-Naeem Abdin
Football Writer, kick442.com-Sudan
29-year-old Senegalese defender Suleimanu Cisse has told kick442.com that his former club Al Hilal Omdurman owes him dues amounting to $26,000.
“The administration of President Ashraf Cardinal stated ,that I had received my money, but I deny that and hope that they will pay me My entitlements”:Cisse told kick442.com.
The Sudanese club laid off a number of its players in 2016 including Nigerian Stephen Warjo and Mamadou Coulibaly amongst others following thier early exit from that year’s CAF club competition.
Cisse was amongst those whose contracts were prematurely terminated.
The club has since announced that they have paid every player that was laid off, but Cisse in an exclusive interview with Kick442.com confirmed he had not been paid the clearance amount as the club claims.
Al Hilal were eliminated in the group stage of that year’s competition, after falling to make it out of a group that included Al-Ahly and Zimbabwen side Platinum FC.
The Cisse case is the latest in a series of litigation battle the Omdurman giants have recorded recently.
The record Champions of Sudan with 27 domestic league titles and seven Sudanese cup failed to win the domestic
Championship last season.
With 22 games played this season,they are
three points better than last year winner Al
Merreikh and Hilal Obayed who have
accumulated 48 points each.
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