FIFA orders KCB to pay Mugambo millions

Premier League side KCB has been ordered by Fifa to pay former player Gabriel Mugabo Ksh 1.8million for breach of contract.

Rwandan international, who left KCB for Rwanda Premier League side Sunrise FC played for the bankers 2018 on a three-year contract.

Mugambo sued KCB to FIFA over his dismissal through Dispute Resolution Chamber that ruled in favour of the player.

“The respondent, KCB FC, has to pay to the claimant the amount of Kenyan shilling (KSH)1,809,667 as mitigated compensation for breach of contract, plus 5%  interest per annum as from 21 August 2020 until the date of effective payment,” Fifa’s ruling, now in our possession, reads in part

Fifa further orders the club to pay the amount within 45 days failure to which they risk a transfer ban over three windows.

“The respondent shall be banned from registering any new players, either nationally or internationally up until the due amount is paid and for the maximum duration of three entire and consecutive registration periods.

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