Another deadline to New Radiant from FIFA
Amiri (R), FIFA suspended New Radiant for two transfer windows due to the unsettle amount to Amiri (Photo: Ibrahim Faid)

Another deadline to New Radiant from FIFA

MF News 13 September 2019 - 10:59

Male', MALDIVES -  The governing body of World football, FIFA gave another 30 days to New Radiant Sports Club to settle the outstanding salaries to their former players and coach.

In a letter addressed to Football Association of Maldives on 12th September and said to inform to the club that New Radiant Sports Club is found guilty of failing to comply with the decision passed by the Dispute Resolution Chamber judge on 26 March 2019, according to which it was ordered to pay to the player Guillem Martí Misut. According to the letter, the club has to play USD 14,914 as outstanding remuneration within 30 days of notification of the decision plus an interest of 5% p.a. as follows:

-  5% interest p.a. over the amount of USD 600 as from 11 March 2018 until the date of effective payment; ?-  5% interest p.a. over the amount of USD 6,600 as from 11 April 2018 until the date of effective payment; ?-  5% interest p.a. over the amount of USD 6,600 as from 11 May 2018 until the date of effective payment.

And also USD 52,800 as compensation for breach of contract without just cause within 30 days of notification of the decision plus an interest of 5% p.a. as from 25 May 2018 until the date of effective payment. New Radiant ?is also ordered to pay a fine to the amount of CHF 7,500.

FIFA has also informed to Football Association of Maldives about their decision when the club failed to comply with the decision passed by the Single Judge of the Players’ Status Committee on 22 August 2018 according to which it was ordered to pay USD 4000 as outstanding remuneration and USD 20,000 as compensation for breach of contract plus 5% interest p.a. And also CHF 8,000 as final costs of the proceedings to FIFA and CHF 5000 as a fine.

"If payment is not made to the player and proof of such a payment is not provided to the secretariat to the FIFA Disciplinary Committee and to the Football Association of Maldives by this deadline, a ban from registering new players, either nationally or internationally, will be imposed on the club. Once the deadline has expired, the transfer ban will be implemented automatically at national and international level by the Football Association of Maldives and FIFA respectively, without a further formal decision having to be taken nor any order to be issued by the FIFA Disciplinary Committee or its secretariat." Said in the letter sent to FAM.

"As a member of FIFA, the Football Association of Maldives is reminded of its duty to implement this decision and provide FIFA with proof that the transfer ban has been implemented at national level. If the Football Association of Maldives does not comply with this decision, the FIFA Disciplinary Committee will decide on appropriate sanctions on the member. This can lead to an expulsion from FIFA competitions."

Previously FIFA made a decision to suspend the New Radiant for two transfer windows due to the unsettled amount to their former player Haroon Amiri. It was ordered to pay USD 13,250 as outstanding remuneration and USD 30,130 as compensation for breach of contract plus 5% interest p.a.

 
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