The world football governing body FIFA has granted the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) provisional registration for Zambian midfield ace Clatous Chota Chama.

The Judge from England who presided over the case ruled in favour of the player saying the agreement Lusaka dynamos has with their former captain were outside the football contract.

Earlier, Dynamos have refused to release Chama’s International Transfer Certificate (ITC) after the player joined Tanzanian side Simba Sporting Club last month as a free agent.
The Super Division side claimed Chama owes them a colossal amount of money hence their refusal to issue the ITC.

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And Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) acting general secretary Adrian Kashala said in an interview in Lusaka yesterday that FIFA has opted to appoint a judge to preside over the case after Simba appealed.
Kashala explained that Simba took the matter to FIFA and the world soccer governing body gave FAZ a seven-day ultimatum to provide sufficient evidence

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