By Ameenu Shardow
Ghana striker Junior Agogo is not entitled to any compensation for terminating his contract with Zamalek, FIFA has ruled.
The 33-year-old joined the Egyptian giants from Nottingham Forest in 2008 where he struggled to get regular games.
This led Agogo to push for a termination of his contract in order to leave Egypt where he was very uncomfortable.
He however took the matter to the world governing body claiming Zamalek owed him some monies as compensation for the termination of the contract.
Agogo’s plea has however been thrown out with Fifa insisting he is not eligible for any compensation as he was the one who pushed for the contract to be terminated.
The fresh development is another slap in the face of the veteran striker who has since mounted failed attempts to resurrect his club career in order to get back into the national team.
He was the toast of many during the 2008 Nations Cup where he was the lead striker of the Black Stars in the tournament that saw Ghana placed third on home soil.