News keeps coming in aftermath of the Black Star and South Korea game in Qatar yesterday 28th November 2022.
The latest to hit the internet is the likely match ban by FIFA on Ghana’s darling boy Kudus. Though unconfirmed, the news has brought fear to Ghanaians.
According to the unconfirmed information shared on Twitter by a Tweep, the FIFA Disciplinary Committee are studying Kudus’ goal celebration video.
The reason for such likely action is that Kudus used the ‘F’ word in the camera while he was celebrating the goal scored.
Per the info, Mohammed Kudus might be fined/ banned from playing against Uruguay as a sanction for using a word inappropriate for the public, especially in Qatar.
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As of now, no official release from FIFA or GFA has come out in reaction to the news. Keep it locked here for the latest.
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