Players of Cameroon Elite One side Fovu of Baham whose strike against their administration caused them to refuse camping ahead of their game this Saturday have finally accepted to play.
The players had threatened to boycott the Matchday 11 fixture against Fauve Azur Elite pointing to the fact that they had not been paid for two months plus other dues.
However, kick442.com has confirmed information that in the last hour there has been a breakthrough.
“They players have assembled and are going to the field for the game. They received a part of their dues and agreed to play,” a source whose details we opt not to publish told this portal.
Fauve who have won just one of their past seven in the Elite One championship face fellow strugglers Fauve Azur Elite in the 3PM kick off at the Bamendzi Stadium this Saturday.
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