Absa Premiership

Zulu wins case against former agent

2015-11-12 15:59
David Zulu (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs striker David Zulu was ordered by the PSL to pay his former agent Ryan Hartslief R150 000.

The dispute is in connection with Zulu's transfer from Black Leopards to Chippa United.

Hartslief sighted the move as a breach of contract.

According to KickOff, South African Football Association took over the matter and Hartslief appeal was overruled.

Zulu’s current agent Abbie Rasiphi tabled R30 000 for the appeal to be handled by SAFA.

Rasiphi suggested that Hartslief did not merit any payment because he did not deal with Zulu’s transfer to Chippa.

“Our appeal was not based on avoiding to pay but it was just a matter of principle and to say that all people are equal before the law regardless of who you know.

“This is going to be a lesson to those who always making noise threatening players that ‘I will take you to court and you will pay me’.

“I don't have a problem when those who are deserving to get paid but I will have a concern where people become chance takers.”


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