Former Asante Kotoko striker Ahmed Simba Toure has reported Medeama SC to FIFA over concerns of unfair punishment by the club.
The Burkinabé International joined Medeama SC on a two-year deal in January 2021 after his contract with Guinea side AS Kaloum expired.
The veteran striker was punished by Medeama SC for misconduct by the club’s management in the just ended league campaign.
Ahmed Toure was suspended for a week after a training bust out with coach Abdul Umar Rabi.
The 34 year-old was fined GHS 1,500.00 and was not allowed to use the club’s training facilities for a week as punishment.
Ahmed Toure however is said to be unhappy with the punishment crued to him by Medeama SC and has reported the Mauve and Yellow outfit to FIFA.
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