Uganda Cranes goalkeeper Salim Jamal Magoola has reported his club Al-Hilal to FIFA Player Status Committee over unpaid arrears.
Jamal, who deputises Denis Onyango in the Cranes pecking order, has demanded for a contract termination.
The goalkeeper’s representatives Juan de Dios, Crespo Perez, Alfonso Leon and Gytis Rackauskas wrote to FIFA head of player status Erika Montemor Ferreira.
Here is an excerpt of the letter to FIFA:
“Statement of claim against the Sudan football club Al-Hilal Sports Club before FIFA dispute Resolution chamber with regards to the present international employment related contractual dispute between the claimant and the respondent in connection with the unilateral premature termination of the employment contract with just cause for outstanding salaries pursuant to the provision of the article 14bis of the FIFA regulations on the status and transfer of players.”
Jamal recently joined his club as they resumed trained for league resumption.
The former Express and KCCA FC goalkeeper joined Al-Hilal in 2018 from Al-Merrikh.
It is not stated how much Jamal has gone without pay at Al-Hilal.
The goalkeeper has been linked with a possible return to Express FC, reports which he has since rubbished on his Twitter account.
In recent months, Taddeo Lwanga, Joel Madondo, Savio Kabugo and Yasser Mugerwa among others have left their clubs over unpaid arrears.
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