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Cameroon – Samuel Nlend: Union de Douala to tell the “Truth” about their player this Friday in a press conference!

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Written by Deckson N.

The club management announced a press conference on Friday, September 2, 2016 at 11 am, to tell the truth about the aborted transfer of the Cameroonian international player to Ittihad of Alexandria.

We are going to have an official reaction of the Union Sportive de Douala, after the aborted transfer of their player, Samuel Nlend to Egypt’s Ittihad of Alexandria. The club management announced a press conference on Friday, September 2, 2016 at its headquarters in CAMLAIT building, located at Ndongbong district at 11 am. The football club should, we learn, make revelations about this case that continues to arouse the indignation of Cameroonian football fans.

After signing a three-year contract with the team last week, the player saw his lease be terminated abruptly and unilaterally by its leaders who say he is HIV – Positive. One reason that challenges the player and the leaders of the Union de Douala who ensure that Samuel Nlend is indeed very healthy. Several relatives of the Nassaras argue that the former resident of Fundespor suffered a cabal, after refusing a deal with officials of the Egyptian team.

Franck Happi, chairman of the Board of Directors of Union de Douala, will explain everything with the player himself. In addition to its official release, this press conference will probably have an idea of the actions that the club could commit for the injury to their number 12 to be repaired.

Samuel Nlend already has the support of the National Union of Cameroonian footballers (SYNAFOC), which, while condemning the act committed by the Egyptian club, promises to do everything so that “leaders Al Ittihad of Alexandria pay for what they did. ” According to Union de Douala, this team in particular violated the provisions of the 1171 FIFA circular on the minimum requirements of the contract of professional footballers. Dated 24 November 2008, it states “clearly” in Chapter 4 (club Obligations) and the clubs must respect the principle of confidentiality in the player’s medical records.

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