Fifa has given Ghana worldwide Samuel Inkoom a one-year restriction on all football-related movement over cash he owes a previous operator. The ban will be lifted before if the shield pays the aggregate remarkable sum he owes to Andy Evans.
In December 2014, the Disciplinary Committee of world football’s administering body requested Inkoom to pay Evans and fined him.
Inkoom, who at present plays in Bulgaria, fizzled with an interest in the choice that he took to the Court of Arbitration for Sport. After the 28-year-old neglected to pay him by the due date set by Fifa, Evans asked for the execution of the one-year boycott.
“The pertinent gatherings, including the Bulgarian Football Union, which has been asked for to execute said boycott, have been educated in like manner,” a Fifa proclamation read.
Inkoom helped Ghana win the world and mainland under-20 titles in 2009 which earned him a place operating at a profit Stars squad for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.