By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon.
The world Football governing body, FIFA has informed Moroccan topflight side Ittihad Tanger of a three year ban plus instructions to pay outstanding money they owe 24-year-old Cameroonian striker Junior Rostand Mbai.
Mbai joined the club at the end of the 2017/2018 season in Cameroon on a three-year-deal after winning the golden boot in the Cameroon Elite One championship.
Unfortunately for the former Astres of Douala and Cotonsport striker his debut campaign in Tanger didn’t go as planned as he scored just three goals in his first campaign with the club.
Financial issues between both parties provoked the exit of the forward from the club in July 2019 and opened a legal battle as Mbai reported the club to FIFA.
This week the club has been ordered to pay what they owe the former Dragon striker in addition to that, they have been banned from exercising their powers to recruit players for the next three years.
Mbai missed all of the current season as he was waiting for the verdict of this issue.
The former under 23 Lion is a free agent thus opening doors for other clubs to go for his services.
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