Mulenga to submit fresh ‘evidence’ to FIFA
Posted: 2 February 2019 Time: 09:00
Clifford Mulenga says he will be submitting new evidence to FIFA to support his case against Jomo Cosmos.
In October last year the former Zambia star told KickOff.com that he is owed five months’ salary by the Jomo Sono-owned club, and as a result he took the matter to FIFA.
The 31-year-old has since sent this website what he claims is an employment letter with the club's letterhead, dated 26 July 2017.
Part of the letter reads: 'Mulenga is employed by Jomo Cosmos FC as a footballer. He has signed a 2 year contract with the club which expires in 2019. His monthly salary is R33 000. 00 Net.'
Mulenga says: "Remember how Jomo claimed on radio that I lied and forged my contract being a two-year deal right?
"Take a look at this emailed letter. I never submitted this piece of evidence [to FIFA] because I didn't know I had it. So, I'm thinking we are going to send new evidence to them to support my claim. I wonder how Jomo will deny this evidence."
Cosmos chairman Sono couldn't be reached for comment despite numerous attempts.