Former Cranes coach, Laszlo Csaba has warned the Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) that he will take them to the cleaners if they accuse him before FIFA. FUFA has threatened to take Csaba to the world football's governing body, claiming that he breached his contract with them. FUFA president Lawrence Mulindwa insists Csaba is still employed as Cranes coach because he didn't give them the contractual three month's notice to which he agreed before coming to Uganda. Laszlo Csaba was recently recruited coach of Scottish premier side, Hearts FC. He claims that before he quit the Cranes, FUFA broke its deal with them several times, failing for pay him for at least two months. He says he has all the evidence to prove this and will counter sue FUFA if they challenge his move to Scotland. Csaba says he has instructed his lawyer in Kampala to meet FUFA to hand back the car and house provided to him by the organization. On his plans for Hearts FC, the coach has dismissed reports that he will take his former co-trainer Jackson Mayanja to Tynecastle to become his right-hand man. He says he intends to work with the coaching staff already at Hearts FC.