by Irari Ngugi
Olunga recently transferred to top Chinese flight club Guanzhou Hengfeng Zhichen from Sweden’s Djurgardens IF in a move estimated to be half a billion bob. The man is pretty much settled in as he recently shared a photo posing next to to his car which his fans were not every impressed about by the way.
Let me tell you however who’s settled and very comfortably for that matter, radio Jambo’s Ghost Mulei. The man is said to have pocketed a whopping 38 million shillings following Olunga’s transfer.
This was a result of Fifa’s rules on solidarity fees and compensation which dictate that compensation be paid up to all clubs that contributed to the player’s education and training, in the event a footballer attracts any transfer fees before his 23rd birthday.
As most of you are not aware, Ghost Mulei owns Soka, the Nairobi based liberty sports academy which educated Olunga for 6 years.
He’s not the only person set to receive compensation because so do Tusker FC, Thika United and Gor Mahia; clubs Olunga played for before moving abroad.
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July 13, 2020