Nkausu taking Celtic to court

2015-09-15 12:06
Davies Nkausu (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Zambian defender Davies Nkausu has initiated legal proceedings against Bloemfontein Celtic and revealed the club has not paid him for the last three months.

According to Nkausu, Phunya Sele Sele wanted to terminate his contract and, even though he did not agree to the terms of the cancellation, the club has still not paid him for the last 90 days.

"I haven't been paid by Celtic for the past three months and I have now taken legal action. This matter is now being handled by the lawyers," he told KickOff.

"They wanted to terminate my contract but I didn't agree to the terms.

"Their reason for terminating my contract was poor performance yet I spent the past six months away on loan at Tuks and also played at the 2015 AFCON finals against better players.

"At the beginning of last season I was injured and then when I recovered I then played three games and then afterwards went to the AFCON finals, after which when I returned I was told that I have been loaned to Tuks.

"So this poor performance is just an excuse. I am here at Wits just for the purpose of training to keep fit," he concluded.

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