Cameroonian goalkeeper Patrick Tignyemb has threatened to take Chippa United to FIFA over outstanding payments.
Tignyemb took the club to the PSL Dispute Resolution Chamber after they defaulted on their payments for the past two months.
The ex-Bloemfontein Celtic keeper was shown the door by the Chilli Boys in December last year with an agreement that the club would pay his salary for a certain period.
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However, the 34-year-old has not received his wages for the last two months.
SAFPU deputy secretary general Calvin Motloung has confirmed there are outstanding issues between Tignyemb and Chippa United but refused to provide many details.
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"Yes, there are issues we are trying to resolve, possibly going to FIFA. However, at this stage I don't want to give away much details," Motloung tells KickOff.com.
Efforts to get hold of Chippa boss Siviwe Mpengesi and club official Wanda Mbenguzana proved futile.