Tirana CEO denies playing 'monkey games' with Gor Mahia

Albanian side KF Tirana Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Hector Como has denied claims from a section of Gor Mahia fans that he has done dirty deals with the club. 

The club agreed to sign midfielder Kenneth Muguna for a million figure payable within 14 days after issuance of the player’s International Transfer Certificate (ITC). 

He explained that with the player currently processing his Visa to link up with the team in Antalya, Turkey, no money can be exchanged until after. 

Get facts right...

-I think they are getting wrong information. Were it not for me, they wouldn’t have got Ze Maria, it’s through me that I freed Kahata (Francis) and Kagere (Meddie) who still were contracted to Tirana, see the players are now key to the club’s success locally, he noted.

-We made an agreement with Gor Mahia to take Kenneth (Muguna) for a certain figure which honestly they will get as per the agreement. They need to understand how international transfers are done; no club can sign a contracted player without a prior agreement, he added.

Misinformed

-By running to the media claiming Tirana has refused to pay it's totally wrong and ignorant of the agreement well signed by concerned parties. I can simply laugh off allegations that we’ve never sold players yet in the summer Tirana sold players to Spain and Slovakia big clubs at a huge fee, he explained.

-This winter, we are already in negotiations with top clubs interested in our players. With the facilities at our disposal, we can nurture or produce players suitable for the market, after all, I am the best in selling in this region, he stated with confidence. 

READ: Gor Mahia captain heads to Albania

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