Suspended Cameroon Coach, Denis Lavagne has written to the Minister of Sports and Physical Education, Adoum Garoua demanding an allowance for the match won on October 14.
Cameroon defeated Cape Verde 2-1 but could not qualify for the African Nations Cup due to the 2-0 defeat suffered in the away leg.
Lavagne was later suspended on September 13, as a result of the defeat.
Writing from Béziers, in France Lavagne states, “I approach you to pay my allowance for the match won against Cape Verde on October 14”.
Referring to his contract, Lavagne writes, “as stipulated in my contract, I expect to get the double of the players match bonus for a match won, in which case, is FCFA 8,000,000”.
“I would appreciate if you give instructions to your finance services for this money to be transferred to my account”.
He has provided the bank reference Banque BICEC SWIFFT: CLRCMCXXXX
IBAN : CM2110001068703431027 000128
“If this is not done, I would be obliged to take the matter to Fifa judicial services”.
Since the return leg against Cape Verde, Lavagne has been vocal, granting interviews to the foreign press.
He has criticized, Samuel Eto’o Fils for wanting to be captain, coach, administrator and playing all the roles in the team.
Football legend, Roger Milla, Joseph Antoine Bell, Jean Paul Akono, the present coach and his assistant Martin Ndtoungou Mpile, the Team Press Officer, Linus Pascal Fouda and those seemingly critical of Fecafoot and its president are in Lavagne’s black book.