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7 East Bengal players send notice

QEB, with whom the players had contracts, terminated the agreement with the club and gave back sporting rights
Quess Corp terminated the agreement with East Bengal on July 17 and gave back sporting rights to the club. The liabilities though are being borne by the club.

A Staff Reporter   |   Calcutta   |   Published 30.07.20, 06:47 AM

Seven Quess East Bengal (QEB) players would be going to the Players' Status Committee of the All India Football Federation through their representative, the Football Players' Association of India (FPAI), it has been learnt. They would be asking for their due salaries from QEB.

The players have already sent notice to QEB, with whom they had contracts.

Of the seven players, some have one month's salary due. Players like Abhishek Ambekar and Pintu Mahata have terminated their multiple-year contracts and will seek compensation for the remaining period.

"The delay in sending the notices was caused by a clause in the players' contracts, which said any correspondence would have to be sent physically. In this time of lockdown, players found it difficult to courier the notices," a source said.

Quess Corp terminated the agreement with East Bengal on July 17 and gave back sporting rights to the club. The liabilities though are being borne by the club.

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“It is still not certain whether foreign players or coach would be allowed to come to India in the next few months. Francisco has a good profile too. That is why we have decided to rope in an Indian coach,” a club official said.

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