By Angu Lesley
The Homologation and disciplinary commission of the Cameroon football federation has released a verdict announcing the relegation of topflight side Union Sportif of Douala with immediate effect.Union, five time champions of the Cameroon and winners of the 1981 CAF Champions League have been relegated and fined 300000 FCFA for refusing to respect the July 2019 directives given them by the National Chambers for Reconciliation and Arbitration (NRL) for owing
Bruno Eock II.
Per the recent verdict signed by madam Ntube Nzubepie the player who won the legal battle championed by the SYNAFOC is yet to recieve a dim of the sum of 6 825 000 FCFA is broken down as follows 400 000 FCFA for accumulated unpaid salaries during the players first contract with the club, 1 700 000 FCFA for accumulated unpaid salaries for his second contract, 1 925 000 FCFA for unpaid signing bonus, 350 000FCFA for expenses made by the players family for medical expenses plus additional expenses of 2 350 000 FCFA plus an additional 100 000 FCFA.
This recent verdict didn’t mention when the relegation will take effect and Union who had Bruno on their books in separate stints.
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