PFAG Instrumental In FIFPRO’s Efforts In Sarfo Taylor Case

The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) has been acknowledged in its continuing efforts to ensure fair and impartial treatment for all Ghanaian professional footballers.


The latest commendation came to light when FIFPRO Legal Director, Roy Vermeer, provided an update on the ongoing arbitration processes involving ex-Kumasi Asante Kotoko player Solomon Sarfo Taylor.


The former Porcupine Warrior was served with a 3 year ban by the Ghana Football Association (GFA) for allegedly falsifying registration documents leading to the revocation of his players license by the GFA’s Disciplinary Committee.


Mr Vermeer in a recent interview highlighted the key leading role played by the PFAG in ensuring the full involvement of FIFPRO, the worldwide player’s representative organisation in the case.


He underscored that in as much as neither body wants a dispute with the Football Association, some circumstances surrounding Sarfo Taylor’s case were rather questionnable and required detailed review.


FIFPRO will continue to work closely with the PFAG and the player’s camp to ensure a fair and befitting conclusion is reached in the matter.


As always, the PFAG continues to stand with and for the players!!






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