The Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) has reportedly ordered Ghanaian club, Accra Hearts of Oak to pay Serbian tactician, Slavko Matic 50,000 US dollars over a breach of contract.
Matic reported Hearts to the world’s football governing body over unfair treatment which led to his departure in the middle of the immediate past season.
The 46-year-old claimed he was forced to stay away from the club after he was chased out of training following their 1-0 defeat to Great Olympics.
Upon official complaint, Matic was advised to stay away from the club before he left the shores of Ghana.
However, the Rainbows have been ordered by FIFA to pay an enormous 50,000 US dollars (568,425.00 cedis) within 31 days in order to avoid further punishment.
The full verdict will be out soon.
The management of the Ghanaian club is yet to address their fans and the football fraternity about the news.
Matic who replaced Samuel Boadu at the helm of affairs for the Phobians was attacked and prevented from training prior to their clash with Asante Kotoko.
He supervised 16 games in the Ghanaian league as head coach since his arrival in Ghana.
More to follow….