Dutch media, Brabants Dagblad reported that the world’s governing body stated that they haven’t got sufficient evidence at present to suspend the midfielder from playing football in any country.
Kargbo was left out from his club Atlético Club de Portugal last weekend’s league match win against Olhanense after Dutch media De Volkskrant reported that he (Kargbo) was the main suspect in match manipulation in two of Williem II Eredivisie clash against Ajax and Feyenoord during the 2009/10 league season.
“The revelations in De Volkskrant on Kargbo’s involvement in manipulating matches with Willem II in 2009 gives FIFA no grounds in sanctioning him yet. What has been brought to light in the Netherlands must first be examined by the authorities in the Netherlands," said a spokesman for FIFA in response to questions from the Brabants Dagblad.
Also De Volkskrant reported that Kargbo is one of the players on the blacklist of FIFA’s suspected cheaters however the FIFA spokesman denied such allegation stating: “The existence of such a list is not known to us."