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Bulgarian coach protests against FC IfeanyiUbah

Bulgarian coach, Mitko Dobrev has petitioned against FC IfeanyiUbah to the League Management Company (LMC) over some monies that were not paid to him by the Nigerian premier league club on his dismissal.
AfricanFootball.com has learnt that Dobrev, who has since returned to Bulgaria, has asked the LMC to order IfeanyiUbah to pay him a month’s salary of $5,000 being his severance pay.
His contract also stipulated he be paid a sign-on fee of $10,000, which he was not paid.
His agent, Geoffrey Aghogi, confirmed to AfricanFootball.com Dobrev has petitioned to the LMC, adding that the coach was forced to sign his termination letter even when it was known that he cannot read English.
Dobrev, who has also coached Heartland and Hearts of Oak in Ghana, led the club then known as Gabros to win the Nigeria National League Super 4 in February and the Anambra State Federation Cup in May.
He was fired after IfeanyiUbah lost at home to title-chasing Wikki Tourists.

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