The Executive Members of the Freetown City FC has suspended one of their players Mohamed Fornah (Medo) indefinitely for indiscipline.
In a letter from the club Secretary, Bai Sesay reads; That he has been mandated by the Management of the club to inform Medo that with utmost dismay he has been suspended indefinitely from all activities of the club.
You (Medo) would you recall that there has been several warnings about your unbecoming attitude which has the potential to incite the old players who worked so hard to qualify the club to the premier league, in your absence to turn against the management of the club and the council administration in not fulfilling a promise made to them which you (Medo) do not understand will be addressed sooner or later.
The letter further stated that you (Medo) are also in the habit of indulging in the running of the club which is in an abrogation of the contractual agreement between you (Medo) and the club as a player and not an official and your habit of moving from one department to another pretending you (Medo) have family problems and injury to the extent that you beg money from council staff which is very serious.
The letter mentioned that all of these against you (Medo) has reduced your commitment to the level of incompetence and naivety that none of your colleague players has ever and will never involve in. They have good , virtues and please do not turn them around.
The letter also stated that quite recently, on the 30th April 2010, you insolently removed the jersey against Bo Rangers in Bo simply because you (Medo) were respectfully asked by Councillor Abu Bakarr Kamara chairman recreation youths and sports committee and head of delegation for that all important match to handover the captaincy to substantive captain, Diminie Leno who brought the team to the premier.
You (Medo) vehemently refused and told councilor Abu Bakarr Kamara (A.B.K) that you (Medo) would not play because of the captain band and that the councilor should take any decision that pleases him when he returns to Freetown.
This action of yours was not only unreservedly and outrigthly condemned and frowned at by the players, official and supporters, but also the Bo Rangers fans booed at your behaviour.
To make matter worse, you had the effrontery to make an understatement in our faces against His Worship that if he had told you (Medo) to play you could still not have played.
The letter stated that the Management does not have any sacred cows and we recognize you as a player who should operate within the accepted code of conduct as set by management.
In conclusion the letter stated that this suspension goes with a deduction of half of your salary for you to understand the severity of your ill-action by not playing when we needed you most.