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BREAKING: FIFA bans Ghanaian defender Samuel Inkoom Featured
23 Jun

BREAKING: FIFA bans Ghanaian defender Samuel Inkoom

Ghana international Samuel Inkoom has been suspended for one year by the world football governing body  for cheating his agent.
 
The 28-year-old was charged by FIFA for cheating his agent in a transfer deal three years ago.
 
According to his agent, the Black Star failed to settle his house bills whiles playing for DC United in the American top-flight league.
 
He was sued by his landlord [ Curtis Paul Willette] for more than $65,000 for failing to pay rent and causing extensive damage to an Arlington property in 2015.
 
The former Ghana U20 defender has been banned from all football related activities for one year.
 
Also, FIFA has ordered him to pay his agent an amount around $65,000 whiles he serves the one-year ban.
 
He currently plays for Bulgarian top-flight side Vereya FC.
 
A statement on the Bulgarian FA website about the ruling reads " Given the notification of the national association of FIFA from 20.06.2017, the implementing 4 of the decision of the FIFA Disciplinary Committee of 12/15/2014, the DC at BFU imposed on Samuel Inkoom - outgoing player of FC "Vereya" Stara Zagora punishment suspension of Ineligibility for a period of one / one / year or until the date of payment of the entire amount due to the creditor."