Gor Mahia have been given a year transfer ban for failing to pay their former player Shafic Batambuze his salary.
Batambuze was released by the club in November last year having signed for the Kenyan giants in October 2018.
Batambuze has told The-SportsNation that he and his lawyers had petitioned FIFA but did not disclose how much he demands the club.
His stay at the club ended on a low note after enduring plenty of last season in sick bay with a knee injury he picked against Aigle Noir (Burundi) in CAF champions League.
He was forced to return to Uganda after the club failed to cater for his medical bills and had to solicit funds before going for a knee operation.
This is the latest non payment related case that Gor Mahia has faced in recent memory.
They were banned early this year from signing new players for failure to pay Dickson Ambundo fines.
Last year, former coach Steven Polack petitioned FIFA for failure to pay him his accrued salary.
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