Unhappy at the arbitrator's decision to give interim relief to Bhaichung Bhutia, Mohun Bagan on Sunday said they would take the matter to FIFA in their fight for "justice".
Mohun Bagan also said the Indian captain was not mature enough when he made a comment that few officials in the club were trying to ruin his career.
"He is not mature enough now. I am sure when he comes to administration or coaching at any point of time in his career, he will understand the need to maintain discipline. Life will come a full circle for him," Mohun Bagan secretary Anjan Mitra told PTI.
"When we took action against him we became bad. It's like teachers who act strict in a school become bad. We have to maintain discipline. We want to brief FIFA about the state of football in Kolkata, where there is no discipline. We want to tell FIFA about this," he said.
Terming the reference of the suspension row to the arbitrator as unconstitutional and a "well-orchestrated drama", Mitra said they were awaiting for the decision to be made official to the IFA and then they would take their next course of action.