Saturday 1 September 2012

Tanzania`s Simba SC officially terminate Mudde`s contract

Mudde Musa

By Fred Maingi in Nairobi
Tanzania’s Simba SC might face legal action if 
they maintain their
stand by terminating Uganda International midfielder Mudde Mussa
  The club is said to have terminated the two years contract which
they had agreed with the player.He has been replaced by Malian
defender Komabil Keita.
    The club had earlier terminated contracts of other foreign based
players Lino Mosombo, Danny Mrwanda and Kanu Mbiyavanga.
    The Ugandan has however appealed to the Tanzania Football
Federation (TFF) to save their face by intervening in the matter.
  The former Sofapaka FC midfielder signed for the Tanzanian club in
June.He  sustained an ankle injury that would lay him off until early
    The Ugandan player has however threatened to seek legal action
against the Tanzanian club if they fail to rescind their decision. He
insisted his contract with the club remains valid and binding.
   “ Its quite sad for Simba SC  to stoop that low  by bending the law
and failing to honour the contract.I will seek legal interpretation
before I come out publicly.Contracts are always binding and I don’t
know whether Simba know the implications .’ said  Mudde.
  He said he was in Dar es Salaam few day’s ago but the Tanzanian club
did not inform him of any new developments.He described the action as
a sign of disrespect.
  Should Simba stick to their action, they might end up paying
substantial amount totalling to millions to the Ugandan player for
failing to honour their obligation.
    “ A contract is a signed agreement that cannot be terminated by
one party alone. I signed a two-year contract two months ago, so I
still consider myself as a Simba player. I was in Dar es Salaam two
days ago and they did not tell me anything about my contract. This is
unprofessional and a sign of disrespect,” said Mudde who is currently
in Kampala, Uganda.

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