The winger was at Ok’Ogalo for a one-year-long mortgage deal from Alliance FC however left the Kenyan facet in July with pending salaries
The Fifa Dispute Resolution Chamber has ordered Gor Mahia to pay Tanzanian winger Dickson Ambundo KSh1.3 million in accrued remuneration and salaries inside 45 days.
The winger, now at Dodoma Jiji, joined Ok’Ogalo for the 2019/20 season however left in July when the Kenyan giants have been in monetary turmoil following the exit of their sponsor. During his time on the membership, the winger was used within the entrance three positions owing to Steven Polack’s struggles to get a constant striker, particularly after the departure of Francis Afriyie and Gnamien Yikpe.
Gor Mahia have to pay Ambundo the quantity of $1,200 as from September 1, 2019, to June 1, 2020, till the date of efficient fee. Additionally, the Kenyan giants will pay $600 as from 1 July 2020 and curiosity of 5%.
His acrimonious exit has now landed Gor Mahia in Fifa’s scorching soup and to keep away from a switch ban, the Kenyan giants should settle the monies owed inside 45 days.
“The respondent shall provide evidence of payment of the due amount in accordance with this decision, duly translated, if applicable, into one of the official Fifa languages (English, French, German, Spanish),” the Fifa assertion, in possession of Goal, mentioned.
“The respondent shall be banned from registering any new gamers, both nationally or internationally, up till the due quantity is paid and for the utmost length of three whole and consecutive registration durations.
“The aforementioned ban talked about might be lifted instantly and prior to its full serving, as soon as the due quantity is paid.
“In the event that the payable amount as per in this decision is still not paid by the end of the ban of three entire and consecutive registration periods, the present matter shall be submitted, upon request, to the Fifa Disciplinary Committee.”
Gor Mahia turn out to be the third Kenyan membership to discover themselves on Fifa’s flawed facet after Wazito FC and KCB. Wazito have been ordered to pay an quantity up to KSh6 million for releasing 5 international gamers with out following due course of.
KCB, however, have been ordered to pay Rwandan worldwide Gabriel Mugabo KSh1.8 million for breach of his contract.