FAF demands Kabuscorp to pay debts to ex-coaches

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Luanda – The Angola Football Federation (FAF) has ordered Kabuscorp do Palanca football team to pay within 30 days the debt of 23.3 million kwanza and 2.000 euro the club owes to former coach Paulo Torres, ANGOP has learnt.

The breach of contract by the Kabuscorp team occurred in the 2018/19 season; FAF also ordered the team to pay, in the same period, six million kwanzas to the then physical trainer Rui Oliveira.

The FAF document states that, given the complaints filed by the plaintiffs, the club was notified to exercise its right to contradict the facts within eight days, but did not comment, so that, accordingly, the alleged facts were considered confessed and true.

Kabuscorp was relegated to second division after the team failed to meet the deadline for the payment of debts, especially to players, with emphasis on more than 200,000 US dollars to the former Brazilian international player Rivaldo.

Palanca team leads the group A1of the second division zonal qualifying to top division football championship with 18 points.

 

The breach of contract by the Kabuscorp team occurred in the 2018/19 season; FAF also ordered the team to pay, in the same period, six million kwanzas to the then physical trainer Rui Oliveira.

The FAF document states that, given the complaints filed by the plaintiffs, the club was notified to exercise its right to contradict the facts within eight days, but did not comment, so that, accordingly, the alleged facts were considered confessed and true.

Kabuscorp was relegated to second division after the team failed to meet the deadline for the payment of debts, especially to players, with emphasis on more than 200,000 US dollars to the former Brazilian international player Rivaldo.

Palanca team leads the group A1of the second division zonal qualifying to top division football championship with 18 points.