Summary: Section Nes Ziona - Maccabi Tel Aviv 2:0 (Sport1)
Patrick van Leeuwen won a compensation claim he filed against Maccabi Tel Aviv.
FIFA's legal institutions ruled that the Yellows will have to compensate the Dutchman for severance pay in the amount of 515,000 euros. Van Leeuwen was fired about a year and four months ago in October 2021, and in his agreement he had a contract until the end of the current season. At one point, Maccabi Tel Aviv stopped paying
him Compensation, among other things on the grounds that he refuses to sign with other teams. Van Leeuwen, who today coaches the Ukrainian Zoria, decided to appeal to FIFA and not to the institutions here in Israel and as mentioned won a ruling that requires Maccabi Tel Aviv to pay him over two million shekels.
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Maccabi Tel Aviv responded to the decision and said: "At this stage we are reviewing the decision and will make a decision accordingly."
The Yellows have the right to appeal the decision to CAS - the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
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