FIFA to have final say on Sumareh’s two-year ban

PETALING JAYA: The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) said the fate of Malaysian international Mohamadou Sumareh, who has been suspended for two years, is up to FIFA.The Pahang Football Association (PFA) said they have banned their former striker for two years and have conveyed their decision in a letter to the FAM for further action.

The FAM confirmed receiving the letter which stated that Sumareh was guilty of four offences and imposed a two-year ban on him from any football activity.

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