Former Tunisian coach Kasperczak win €500k compensation case

May 3 – Henry Kasperczak has won his case against the Tunisian Football Federation after being dismissed for “malpractice” in April 2017. 

Local reports say FIFA has ordered the FA to pay the Pole €554,000 in compensation.

Kasperczak was originally dismissed after discussions over an amicable settlement of his contract stalled.

“It was not possible to find common ground and therefore we decide on a unilateral separation,” the Tunisian Football Federation said at the time.

Kasperczak has had two spells in charge of Tunisia. He guided them to a runner-up finish in the 1996 Nations Cup and also helped them to qualify for 1998 World Cup finals in France. He returned for a second spell in July 2015.

As a player, he participated in two World Cups with Poland, achieving third place in 1974.

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