Soccer Star Samuel Inkoom Launches His New Project, SIFMA

Samuel Inkoom

Former Ghanaian football sensation, Samuel Inkoom, has launched his football management agency, S-Inkoom Football Management Agency (SIFMA).

The project, which is enlivened by Inkoom’s own difficult experience of a one-year ban stemming from a contractual dispute during his playing days, is set to redefine the landscape for emerging talents in Ghana.

At the center of SIFMA’s main goal is talent discovery, player management, contract negotiations, and the holistic development of young prospects.

The agency’s debut denotes a urgent moment for Ghana’s footballing future, as it intends to enable players with the information and direction to settle on informed conclusions about their career.

At the launch which was held at Kempinski Hotel in Accra on Saturday October 28, Samuel Inkoom underscored the basic significance of contract understanding before any player puts pen to paper.

Drawing from his own journey and experience, Inkoom encouraged young Ghanaian footballers to look for legal advice and figure out the ramifications of their contracts, a message key to SIFMA’s ethos.

“I want them to understand the contract itself and if the contract would benefit them or not, and that is why I used my career as an example that before you sign a contract you must seek advice or talk to a lawyer for you to understand what you are signing, and that is the main reason why I launched this agency,” shared Inkoom, who now helms the agency as its CEO.

The agency has already welcomed its first number of players and is gearing up to scout for fresh talents in tournaments across the nation. Inkoom envisions his players donning the national colors and clinching victories in prestigious campaigns.

The launched was graced by high-profile figures in Ghana’s sports field. Mustapha Ussif, the Minister of Youth and Sports, commended Inkoom for his visionary methodology in supporting sprouting footballers and giving top-level administrations to proficient players.

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The Minister highlighted how this initiative aligns seamlessly with the government’s steadfast commitment to sports development in Ghana.

Anthony Baffoe, the General Secretary of the Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG), encouraged SIFMA to keep player development at the forefront, prioritizing it over financial gains.

He emphasized that selecting the highest-bidding club could potentially have far-reaching consequences for both players and the agency. He applauded SIFMA’s dedication to nurturing local talent, preparing them for global prominence, and underlined how this resonates with the PFAG’s vision for Ghanaian football.

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