It was reported by several media institution in Freetown and in the Netherlands that they (FIFA) lack sufficient evidence on the match-fixing allegation levied against the former Williem II midfielder to suspend him (Kargbo) from playing football in all countries.
Denying the media reports, a spokesperson from the governing body said: “We have never said to any media that FIFA "haven´t got sufficient evidence".
The FIFA spokesperson further stated: “Speaking generally, the integrity of the game is a top priority for FIFA and as such we take any allegations of match manipulation very seriously.
“Please understand that we cannot provide you with any further comments about potential investigations as not to compromise them.”
Dutch Media, De Volkskrant, earlier last week reported that the former Leone Stars skipper was the main suspect in match manipulation in two of Willem II Eredivisie clashes against Ajax and Feyenoord during the 2009/10 league season.