Accra Hearts of Oak’s South African import Shaun October has threatened to report the Accra based club to FIFA over the club’s failure to pay his signing on fees and other allowances.
The enterprising left back played for the Phobians for two seasons but was reported to have been loaned out to Sogakope based club WAFA which turned out not to be true.
The South African who spoke to Happy FM in Accra revealed in an interview that the club owes him his signing-on fees as well as some bonuses and allowances due him last season.
The aggrieved player who spoke from his South Africa base, said the club reneged on its promise of settling all outstanding emoluments they owed him.
The former Santos player, has therefore indicated that his agent is on his way to FIFA to demand that the former African champions do the right thing.
“My agent and I gave them some time because we didn’t want to aggravate their current predicaments. We know they are in crisis so we gave them some time to settle the money,” October said.
“But since they are not ready to be gentle to settle the matter amicably, the best place to go is FIFA where we can demand for a fair treatment.”