More problems for FKF as Migne threatens to sue over unpaid dues
Former Harambee Stars coach Sebastien Migne has threatened to sue Football Kenya Federation over failure to settle his pending dues.
The Frenchman was appointed Kenya coach in May 2019 taking over from Stanley Okumbi who had been appointed on interim basis following the departure of Belgian Paul Put.
Migne was brought on board to help the East African nation qualify for 2019 African Cup of Nations in Egypt, a feat he achieved after finishing second behind Ghana in their qualifying group.
However, the 47-year-old was dismissed in August last year with FKF promising to pay him his compensation fee later.
But this has not happened and the coach is contemplating suing the federation.
“Almost a year down the line and I have not been paid as promised,” Migne told Switch TV.
“I have given them this summer and if they do not clear my debt I will have no alternative but report them to Fifa.”
This comes with Kenya set to be sanctioned after failing to pay Algerian Adel Amrouche KSh109 Million for wrongful dismissal.
Another former Harambee Stars coach Bobby Williamson is owed KSh55 Million by the federation for the aforementioned reason as well.