Former Bloemfontein Celtic goalkeeper Patrick Tigynemb is still waiting on the millions owed to him by the club.
Tigynemb is due R3 million from Celtic after he won a case of unfair dismissal earlier this year. The Cameroonian goalkeeper parted ways with Phunya Sele Sele in 2019 and a case of unfair dismissal, for an alleged abusive rant, dragged on back and forth before Celtic were found to have been in breach of contract.
The saga saw FIFA imposing a year's transfer ban on Celtic, adding to the woes of the club in recent times.
The Siya crew has, however, been informed that Celtic are yet to make any payment to Tignyemb, despite FIFA ordering the club to pay the player immediately after the a verdict in the case was delivered.
Word reaching the Siya crew is that Tignyemb and his lawyer has sent a letter to Celtic, SAFA and the PSL to try find out when Celtic are going to pay the player who is currently in Cameroon with his family, having returned home a couple of months ago.
According to information received by the Siya crew, Celtic are pushing hard to get the money paid to Tignyemb as soon as possible, to avoid any further punishment from FIFA.
Story by @T_Mailwane