FIFA Bans Ghanaian Club From Participating In Transfer Market
Written by Boom Radio on January 13, 2022
The international body governing world football, FIFA has banned Ghanaian lower league club Phar Rangers FC from participating in the transfer window for failing to comply with a decision of FIFA’s Player Status Committee.
The club was ordered by FIFA to make payment of Thousands of Dollars to a foreign club that the Ghanaian club owes or face sanctions from the world football governing body which the Ghanaian club did not comply with.
Following a request by lawyers representing the foreign club for harsher sanctions to be imposed on Phar Rangers FC, FIFA has announced that Phar Rangers FC has been banned from participating in the next Transfer Window which starts on February 1, 2022 and will remain until the amount due is paid in full.
Should Phar Rangers FC still fail to repay their debt, they may face stricter sanctions from FIFA.
The Ghanaian football association, GFA is tasked to ensure that Phar Rangers FC does not trade any player during the ban period.