A letter dated back to September 27th from the players’ union (UNFP), has defended Paris Saint-Germain’s Peguy Luyindula in wake of the player’s dispute with the club.
The striker has been training with the reserves for the last two months, where he has criticised the club for how they have treatment him. The Parisians responded by stating that they have taken such action due to sporting reasons and that they fully oblige to the player’s contract.
The letter addressed to the club has sounded advice, stipulating that they must recall some rulings in the charter of football:
“Clubs must give their professional players under contract means, to participate in pro football competitions .” quotes the letter from the UNFP.
One thing is for certain, this dispute is sure to rumble on over the winter.