By Sibusiso Masilela | 2018-04-17
SOCCER – ESTRANGED Manzini Sundowns defender Paito Dube has reported the club to the National Football Association of Swaziland (NFAS) Players Status Committee.
The South African defender filed a letter of demand to the mother body last week Thursday morning where we wants the FA to help him get his unpaid wages reportedly over E20 000 from the ‘Kappa Boys’. The player is currently in the cold after being suspended together with the duo of Sizwe Khumalo and Jerome Nshalintshali by the team following misconduct allegations about a month ago.
A source close to the matter asserted that the matter would be heard before the committee at a date to be announced in due course.
“The player wants a certain amount of money owed by the club after he was suspended without pay. He now wants his money from the team through the intervention of the FA. He had decided to take the legal route to get his money from Sundowns.”
Efforts to get the player proved futile after his cellphone was out off work when tried several times yesterday afternoon.
Meanwhile, Sundowns Public Relations Officer Muzi Matsenjwa said he was yet to get a briefing on the matter when reached yesterday.
“I haven’t heard anything to that effect and we are still waiting for a formal update from the National Football Association of Swaziland,” he said. NFAS Marketing and Communications Officer Muzi Radebe said he was yet to verify the matter with the Chief Executive Officer Frederick Mngomezulu office when sought for comment.
“I am yet to find out about the matter you are talking about since it is under the CEO’s office,” Radebe said.
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