Kabuscorp do Palanca free to hire players

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Luanda – The team of Kabuscorp do Palanca are since this month allowed to hire new players in the national or international market, after the Disciplinary Board of the Angolan Football Federation (FAF) lifted the sanction it imposed on the team.

The sanction had been imposed in 2019 due to Kabuscorp's non-payment of a debt of USD 15,000 to the Argentine forward Franco Calero, hired in 2018.

Kabuscorp faced difficulty at the time to pay the Argentine player, who constituted the Angolan Football Federation as the trustee.

The champions of the 2013 national first division football championship were relegated to the second division, in 2019, for failure to pay the former players Rivaldo (Brazilian) and Tresor Mputo Mabi (DRC), the issues, however, were already overcome.

 

 

The sanction had been imposed in 2019 due to Kabuscorp's non-payment of a debt of USD 15,000 to the Argentine forward Franco Calero, hired in 2018.

Kabuscorp faced difficulty at the time to pay the Argentine player, who constituted the Angolan Football Federation as the trustee.

The champions of the 2013 national first division football championship were relegated to the second division, in 2019, for failure to pay the former players Rivaldo (Brazilian) and Tresor Mputo Mabi (DRC), the issues, however, were already overcome.