Syrian Federation sues Brazilian coach Paqueta

The Syrian Football Association announced on Monday that it is going to file a complaint with the International Federation of the Game “FIFA” against the Brazilian coach Marcos Cesar “Paket” Diaz in connection with the violation of the declaration he signed.

Paquita was supposed to take over as the director of the first Syrian team and the technical department of the federation, but he violated the declaration he signed, which includes “his obligation not to conclude contracts with either party for 15 days.” from 9 July.

The Syrian Federation released a statement on its Facebook website indicating that it had emailed the contract to the 62-year-old coach on the 20th of this month, duly signed in accordance with the aforementioned deadline, so that it could be signed by the coach on a permanent basis. in fulfillment of the assertion.

He added that on the 23rd of this month, “and due to the absence of any response from the coach, the correspondence was repeated explaining the reason for the non-response and fulfilling the agreed, so that the answer would come on the same day.” day with the coach’s apology under the pretext that his family does not agree to this.

He pointed out that the Football Association decided to use all legal methods with FIFA to seek “compensation for the damage caused by the non-compliance of the coach and invest in what happened in order to sell themselves and claim the penalty terms agreed in the contract, which retains trade union law.

Moroccan media have reported that Hasania Agadir, which is part of the Moroccan Professional League, has reached a final agreement with Pakita to control the club for the next season.

Paqueta went through several experiences with Qatari clubs (Al-Gharafa and Al Rayyan), and also managed the Saudi Al-Hilal, the Emirati youth and the Egyptian Zamalek.

As for the national teams, he coached Saudi Arabia (2005-2007) and Libya (2010-2012).

Source: agencies

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