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In Brief: CPL clubs anger players

In Brief: CPL clubs anger players

PHNOM PENH - The foreign legion of African players from three Cambodian Premier League clubs have voiced their anger over club managements not meeting their contractual obligations. Some of the players are not happy with their treatment by the clubs, with many complaining of unacceptable delays in payment of wages and arranging visas. Cambodian Football Federation deputy secretary and technical director May Tola stated that players have the right to bring their cases to the federation for arbitration. "If any player is not happy with the management for failing to abide by the contractual agreement, such player should present the matter to the federation and we will look into it by inviting both parties," he said Tuesday.

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