Saturday, 24 June 2017

FIFA bans Ghanaian Defender, Samuel Inkoom for one year




FIFA bans Ghanaian Defender, Samuel Inkoom for one year

Ghanaian defender, Samuel Inkoom who currently plays for Bulgarian club FC Vereya, has been banned by FIFA for one year for failing to assent the quantity outstanding amount owed to his former agent Andy Evans.
Following a contractual row surrounded by both parties, the 28-year-very old was ordered by the Bureau of the Players Status Committee very approximately 19 March 2014 to pay an amount owed to Evans.

On 15 December 2014, Inkoom was fined CHF 20,000 ($20,594) by the FIFA Disciplinary Committee for failing to take following the decision of the Bureau of the Players Status Committee.

The Ghanaian appealed the FIFA Disciplinary Committees decision at CAS but the attraction was dismissed and the decision of the Disciplinary Committee avowed in full.

Evans requested that the one-year ban is imposed re Inkoom in accordance behind the decision of the FIFA Disciplinary Committee after the strong deadline selected to the artist expired.

In a message, allocation of the ruling from FIFA admission:

"In view of the notification dated 20.06.2017, pursuant to item 4 the decision of the FIFA Disciplinary Committee of 15.12.2014, DS of BFU imposed to Samuel Inkoom- a former competitor of FC 'Vereya' Stara Zagora punishment suspension of competition rights for a period of one (one) year or until  the date of payment of the entire  amount owed to the creditor," 





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