Players of Cameroon Elite one side FOVU club of Baham, have threatened to go on strike if their financial engagements with the club are not respected.
In a letter dated November 24, 2022 and signed by all the 32 players of the club, captain Arsene Mbe and his teammates indicates that they are yet to receive the totality of their sign on fees, match bonuses and two months salaries since the start of the league.
“Mr president we the players of FOVU club of Baham write you to express our dissatisfaction since the start of the 2022_2023 season,” read part of the letter.
“As a matter of fact, since the start of the season, we have not received our sign on bonuses, or our two months salaries. That said, we’re are claiming the entirety of our sign on fees and salaries,” the players stated.
The Bafoussam based club currently sits fifth in Group B of the Elite one championship with eight points recorded from Seven games (two wins, two draws and three defeats).
Before the world cup break, FOVU suffered a one_nil defeat to Astres of Douala and are expected to be on standby when the league returns for match day eight after the world cup.
It is understood that FOVU is one of the many Elite clubs in the country going through financial difficulties, as they struggle to meet engagements with players.
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