Will Olimpija go to CAS again? Robert Prosinečki sues the club and convinces FIFA, the Dragons have to pay him around €350,000
Olimpija has significantly improved its bank balance with its success in Europe, but that doesn’t mean it has got rid of money worries. In October, the Green Dragon will have to go back to Switzerland to defend the termination of their cooperation with Dino Skender at the CAS court (where Olimpija has already been last week due to the Jaka Čuber Potočnik case). But it seems that Dino Skender will not be the only former Dragons coach who will have to go to Lausanne.
A lawsuit against the Ljubljana club has also been filed these days Robert Prosinečki, who has turned to the the International Football Federation
. According to Sportklub, FIFA has now ruled in favour of the Croatian expert. Prosinecky and his closest associates have to pay Olimpija the arrears of their contract, the total amount according to our information is around 350,000 euros, not 250,000 euros as Sportklub reported. As mentioned above, this amount (€350,000) also includes Robert Prosinečki’s two assistants.
Adam Delius and the gang from the club’s board can, as we said, appeal to the highest “instance” in sport – the CAS court. And given that the CAS will decide on the case of Dino Skender, who also won a “battle” with FIFA, it seems quite likely that Olimpija will also refer the case of Robert Prosinečki to the aforementioned institution.
This text was automatically translated using AI.