Cameroon Elite one side Union de Mouvement Sportif of Loum, has issued a strong worded reply to the Transitional council running the Cameroon professional league.
UMS had announced last week that they’re pulling out of Cameroon football because of unfulfilled financial obligations from FECAFOOT.
However, the two times Cameroon champions honoured their match day 12 fixture on Sunday at the Bonamoussadi stadium in Douala, where they defeated Stade Renard of Melong 2-1.
On Monday, the secretary general of the Transition council known by its french acronym as CTFP, Blaise Mbida, wrote a letter to UMS, stating that the club “responded with disgraceful remarks towards Fecafoot and its leaders, with a strong tendency to blackmail and threats.”
The communiqué notified UMS that the transitional council has transmitted their utterances to the federal Ethics committee, for appropriate sanctions.
Now, the club has fired back, stating that all what the mentioned in their outing was just the truth and went further to accuse the present FECAFOOT bureau of owing the club 62 millions FCFA.
“We have discovered via Social media your correspondent in which you prefer to threaten the president of UMS,” the club wrote.
“I want to make you understand that you’re incompetent to drag the president of our club to a jurisdictional body, because she’s a member of the executive committee of FECAFOOT,” the Secretary General of UMS added.
He explained further that, the secretary general of the transitional council running the Cameroon professional football league Faustin Blaise Mbida, is answerable to the president of UMS of Loum, Mrs Kwemo Sophia, who is a member of FECAFOOT’s executive committee, given that members of CTFP were appointed based on recommendations of members of the executive committee.
“In addition to our rights (2021/2022 and 2022/2023) the present FECAFOOT is owing us 62,000,000 FCFA, in terms of awards and unpaid subventions,” Tchungno Joseph added.
“We have the impression that you’re ignoring the fact that we’re in a Global village where we denounce what is not right, especially after a long wait and promises not respected.
“If you persist to address us such a correspondent again, we will be obliged to drag the matter to a law court because you are acting out of the status and regulations of FECAFOOT,” UMS concluded.
The club also indicated that the sum of 20,000,000 FCFA is owed them, after they won the Elite one championship in the 2918/2019 season.
UMS is currently leaders of Group A of the Elite one championship and is expected to play Aigle Royal of the Menoua at the Bamendzi Stadium on Sunday February 19.
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