FIFA Orders Egyptian Club To Pay Ajayi $70,000
The Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) has ordered Egyptian club, Smouha SC to pay Nigeria forward, Junior Ajayi $70,000.
Ajayi reported Smouha to the world’s soccer ruling body after he was abandoned by the club.
The versatile forward sustained an injury during a friendly against Canal Club in October 2022.
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The 27-year-old claimed he was left unattended to by the club and is also being owed salary dues.
FIFA has given Smouha 15 days to pay Ajayi the sum of $70,000.
He joined the club last October after severing ties Libyan club, Al-Nasr Benghazi.
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