Africa Soccer FIFA orders Al Ahli to pay Pitso Mosimane after complaint

Pitso Mosimane

FIFA have reportedly ruled in favor of South African Pitso Mosimane in his case against his former club Al Ahli Jeddah.FIFA has ordered Al Ahli to pay $1.15 million to Pitso Mosimane after the South African won his case against the Saudi club.

Al Ahli had decided to terminate the contract of Pitso Mosimane ahead of the new season despite the presence of an automatic extension clause for a further season, with him receiving a huge bonus if the team wins promotion to the Saudi Pro League.

Mosimane had lodged a complaint against Al Ahli for six months’ unpaid wages and for failure to comply with a clause that made his contract extension automatic, if he brought the team back to the top flight.

FIFA explained Mosimane’s case via the statement: “In his [Mosimane’s] claim, the claimant argued that the respondent [Ahli] failed to pay various salaries, far more than two months, despite being put in default and granted 15 days to remedy the default before unilaterally terminating the contract.

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Dennis Mabuka

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