The world football governing body –FIFA- have slapped a one-year global on Swedish football intermediary Patrick Mork for violating international regulations.

Mork has been widely operating in East and West Africa and muddied himself with the transfer of Nigerian super talent Akinkunmi Amoo.

Mork is well-known for his works in Kenya. He was involved in the transfer of ex-Harambee Stars midfielder McDonald Mariga. He also played part in getting former AFC Leopards midfielder Collins Sichenje and Tusker FC forward Henry Meja to secure a deal with Swedish top-tier club AIK.

The ban means Mork cannot get himself involved in any transfer activity for the period he has been banned by FIFA.

According to reports, Mork got involved with the Nigerian youngster when he was underage and shouldn’t have been transferred. Amoo was barely 18 years.

Mork negotiated and struck a deal with Hammarby football club for the services of Nigerian youngster.

The parties involved in the transfer also failed to put a valid agreement in writing. Hammarby was fined approximately 35, 000 US Dollars for their part in the deal but have appealed the decision. The hearing has been set for May.

Meanwhile, the Swedish national football federation slapped a one-year ban on Mork before FIFA also banned him.