The football association of zambia vice president Mr Rix Mweemba has rubbished social media reports that FAZ is owing former chipolopolo coach Sven vandenbroeck a whooping US$50,000 after a five months of non payment.

Speaking live on ZNBC’s ‘sport on’ show on Thursday afternoon, the faz vice president said he was shocked after seeing reports that the association did not pay Sven for five months when in fact they paid him and what is remaining is the clearing process which takes long to complete.

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Mr Mweemba said the former coach only left a week ago and that was not paid for only a month not five. He challenged anyone to go at the ministry of finance or sports to confirm. And to his disappointment, he wondered that even whites lie.


The faz vice president was reacting to social media reports that ex-Zambia national soccer team coach Sven Vandenbroeck has taken the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) to FIFA over non-payment of salaries. The reports were that the Belgian claims FAZ owes him US$50,000 ( about K600,000) for last five months salary.

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Vandenbroeck’s contract expired last March and FAZ has started the hunt for his replacement.

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