Ndoumbe Bosso's presentation pictures at Cotonsport

kick442.com has gathered that officials of Cameroon League 1 side YOSA of Bamenda have requested fellow League 1 side Cotonsport of Garoua must pay 10 Million FCFA if they must have Ndoumbe Bosso as their Coach.

The gaffer left the Northwest club for Cotonsport of Garoua two weeks ago after he was kidnapped and later release by unknown Gunmen while he was on his way to train YOSA in Bamenda.

kick442.com facts so far indicate Ndoumbe Bosso entered a contract for a salary we have decided not to disclose and a signing bonus of 1 500 000 FCFA in the beginning of the 2019 season. His contract had a clause stating that; “if he is sacked his employers will pay him damage equal to his salary for two months and if he moves away from the club he will do same”.ย 

We understand that should Ndoumbe Bosso and/ his new employers decide to splash cash to get the gaffer’s clearance from YOSA, then it may mean he refunds the signing allowance and an amount equal to his salary at YOSA for two months though he has managed the club for more than half of the current season. The total this amount is not up to 2 millions but our sources say YOSA needs 5 times the amount going by our investigations.

Ndoumbe Bosso served YOSA as a coach for 9 years in 2 separate spells. He won the 2013 cup of Cameroon title with the club founded by late Bobe Yong Francis before working with founder’s son president Yong Jacques to qualify the club for the CAF confederations cup in 2016.

Ndoumbe Bosso had been vomited by a section of the YOSA faithful but his departure from the club has sparked waves of criticism from a cross-section of the same fans who wanted him out.

Ndoumbe Bosso has settled with just a place in the stands in Cotonsport’s last two games as the clubs continue talks to get the issue to a non cut-throat conclusion.

 

ANGU LESLEY

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