Agreement with athletes to bring Kabuscorp back to competition

Luanda – The constitution of an agreement between the board of Kabuscorp do Palanca, athletes and coaches with whom the club is in debt is one of the conditions for the return of the football team to the competitions after being relegated to the second division in 2019 by FIFA.

The possibility was presented last Monday to ANGOP by the member of the discipline board of the Angolan Football Federation (FAF) José Carlos adding to be a lawful option in the absence of debt settlement.

The Kabuscorp that is out the competitions for a year should not register or license players in the governing bodies of the national football as long as conflicts over non-compliance in the various payments of athletes and coaches last.

The squad from Palanca have being showing interest to return to the local official matches as it has already requested the FAF discipline board an informative appeal about their current status.

Meanwhile, the Kabuscorp do Palanca that got prominence in the Angolan football with their fervent cheerleaders was champion of Girabola in 2013 and participating also in the African Champions Club League in 2014.

 

 

The possibility was presented last Monday to ANGOP by the member of the discipline board of the Angolan Football Federation (FAF) José Carlos adding to be a lawful option in the absence of debt settlement.

The Kabuscorp that is out the competitions for a year should not register or license players in the governing bodies of the national football as long as conflicts over non-compliance in the various payments of athletes and coaches last.

The squad from Palanca have being showing interest to return to the local official matches as it has already requested the FAF discipline board an informative appeal about their current status.

Meanwhile, the Kabuscorp do Palanca that got prominence in the Angolan football with their fervent cheerleaders was champion of Girabola in 2013 and participating also in the African Champions Club League in 2014.