Medeama drags Raja to FIFA

Sports News of Friday, 18 December 2015


Moses Armah MedeamaMedeama President Moses Armah Parker

Ghanaian side Medeama have dragged Raja Casablanca to FIFA after their complaints over their transfer cash of striker Nathaniel Asamoah hit a brick wall, can exclusively reveal.

Medeama sold the Ghanaian striker to the Moroccan giants for an undisclosed fee in August this year.

But the club has failed in several attempts to received their transfer cash.

The Ghanaian side says they have now been boxed to a corner, leading to the decision to drag to the North African side to the world governing body.

“We have dragged them (Raja Casablanca) to FIFA to retrieve our money,” Medeama chief James Essilfie told

“The matter is currently before the world governing body.

“We had a contract with them but unfortunately as we speak they have not honoured part of the agreement.

“We have tried several times but nothing concrete has come out of it. And so we have been forced to drag them to FIFA.”

Asamoah, 25, terminated his contract with the Moroccan giants over contractual disagreements.