TP Mazembe striker Philippe Kinzumbi has just made serious revelations. Through a letter sent to FECOFA, the young player claims that he was forced to sign a contract in the middle of a training session. He accuses the club of Lubumbashi of wanting to extend his contract unilaterally and illegally. "Any contract of employment is jointly signed after the applicant is aware of it at least 24 hours before signing," he wrote.
Summoned to the national team to take part in the training camp in Morocco by the coach Sebastien Desabre, the 23-year-old right winger received an interpellation from his club, asking him to return to the club for the preparation of the season. The administration of Mazembe believes that this prolonged absence from the club since his call-up to the national team, is a flagrant violation "of our laws and regulations.
In conclusion, the Congolese striker asks the Congolese Federation of Association Football (FECOFA) to cancel the contract binding him to TP Mazembe. Registered on the list of those who will play in the Champions League, Philippe Kinzumbi is warned by TP Mazembe in these terms: "this third and final notice is your final call to order before the competent authorities.