SSFA board of directors to take former SSFA president to court over theft

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The Board of Directors of South Sudan Football Association (SSFA) has made a formal decision to open a police case against former SSFA President Chabur G. Alei after he has consistently refused to return assets belonging to the SSFA.

The board made the decision this week and shared the news via their social media page.  SSFA board of directors alleged that former SSFA president has refused to return assets he took from the office before he was kicked out.

Chabur, who came to office in 2012  brush off the claims by the board saying that he is ready to challenge the board in court.

“They think Chabur is the one blocking them from getting money from FIFA, they don’t know it’s their poor leadership that’s why they can’t get any support from anywhere, let them go to hell with their case we will meet in court .,” Chabur said.

Francis Amin replaced Chabur Goc Alei who was suspended by the SSFA’s general assembly last year over corruption accusations during his tenure as SSFA’s president.