Ghana's No. 1

Sacked Hearts coach demands 15,000 euros compensation

Published on: 19 March 2012

Former Hearts of Oak coach Nebojsa Vucicevic is demanding a 15,000-Euro compensation package after agreeing to part ways with the club last Friday.

The Serbian will also push for an extra 27,000 Euros as other entitlements stipulated in his contract.

He was sacked for non-performance after 19 rounds of matches in the Ghana Premier League.

"These are monies due me and I hope the club will respect the clauses in the contract in the contract and duly pay me off," Vucicevic told the 90 Newspaper.

Vucicevic expects the club to pay him before the end of the week or will head to FIFA.

Source: MTNFootball.com

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