Players Union to protest over Miheso in South Africa

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The Union through a signed statement have vowed to stage protests during ongoing Fifa summit led by the President

South African Football Players Union have vowed to protest outside Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg to protest alleged mistreatment of Kenyan player Clifton Miheso.

The Union through a signed statement have vowed to stage protests during the Fifa summit led by President Gianni Infantino as from February 21 to 23 until justice is served.

“This is after our genuine calls to the authority of football to investigate the incident at Golden Arrows where Clifton Miheso was allegedly forced to sign termination of contract at gunpoint, were never taken serious," revealed part of the statement.

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The Kenyan international winger, who joined the South African club from AFC Leopards in June 2016, was allegedly forced to terminate his contract at gun point in mid -January 2017. He was reportedly forced to take refuge at a South African Police Station thereafter before finding his way back home (to Kenya).

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