Striker Nathaniel Asamoah ecstatic after GFA ordered Medeama to pay him $54,000

Striker Nathaniel Asamoah has expressed delight after his former club, Medeama were ordered by the Ghana Football Association (GFA) Disciplinary Committee to pay him $54,000. 

Medeama will suffer a one year transfer ban both locally and internationally should they fail to comply with the above on or before 18 December 2020.

The Disciplinary Committee ruling sought to enforce an Appeals Committee decision which ordered the Tarkwa-based side to pay Asamoah 40% of his transfer fee to Raja Casablanca.

For failing to comply with the earlier decision on 2 August 2020, Medeama have also been fined GH¢ 3,000.

“I am so happy that the Disciplinary Committee of the GFA has ruled the case in my favour at the expense of Medeama SC”, he told FOX FM.

According to Asamoah, he decided not to comment on the issue because his legal team were handling it.

The striker further showered praises on the current GFA on their effort on the case.

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