Ismaily to face sanctions over unpaid John Antwi transfer fees
The Egyptian club could suffer point deduction punishment and the Egyptian Football Association could be suspended from all CAF and FIFA games if Ismaily fail to pay before May 23rd, according to FootballGhana.com.
Ismaily acquired the services of the 25-year-old from Dreams FC in 2012 where he played for three years before moving to Saudi Arabian side Al Shabab. He joined Al Ahly afterwards to return to the Egyptian Premier League.
Antwi joined the Fayoum-based side Misr El-Makkasa on loan for the second half of the 2016/17 season, before renewing his loan last summer for a full year. The club have the option to permanently purchase the player from Al Ahly for a fee of $600,000, which they are set to exercise.
The player has registered 57 goals and 14 assists in his 111 appearances in the Egyptian League and scored nine times and assisted six goals in 12 appearances in the Egypt Cup.
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