FIFA Hands Gor Mahia A Second Transfer Ban In A Row After Failing To Settle A Players Salary.
The Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) had dealt Kenyan Premier League giants Gor Mahia football club a transfer ban and this was after the club failed to pay the dues of Ghanaian striker Jackson Owusu.
Gor Mahia owes Jackson Owusu a total of
$30,000 that is about 3.3 Million Kenya shillings and this was after the club allegedly dismissed him unfairly and FIFA ruled that he be paid the money but the club failed and this got Gor Mahia into the FIFA ban list for the second time in a row.
In a statement to Gor Mahia, FIFA stated that they had implemented the ban as from today and it will Only he lifted once Gor Mahia pays the player his dues.
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