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Cameroon's Paul Ndjock to be compensated 48 million by DCMP.

Cameroon's Paul Ndjock to be compensated 48 million by DCMP.

Daring Club Motema Pembe (DCMP) risks exclusion from all official football competitions. Daring will again have to pay a financial fine for non-compliance with the player's contract, as FIFA confirms. This follows a complaint filed by the Cameroonian player Paul Ndjock.

FIFA's letter to the Congolese Football Federation (FECOFA) states that Daring Club Motema Pembe must pay a fine of $88,884 (48 million FCFA) to compensate the player. The Kinshasa club is required to pay this amount within the next 15 days. Otherwise, the team will be excluded from all official competitions for 6 months.

Prohibited from recruiting for similar reasons, DCMP is going through the worst moment of its season. At the level of the national championship of Linafoot, the club is at the 7th spot on the classification. A position that does not guarantee continental competitions for next season.

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