Malmo FF midfielder Kingsley Sarfo faces up to six-month imprisonment for driving in Sweden without a license on Saturday morning.
The 21-year-old who has been called by Ghana for the World Cup qualifier against Uganda this week was stopped by police in the City of Malmo and sent to police station for moving a car without license.
Sarfo who could be behind bars for six months for failing to abide by the rules and regulations of the Scandivanian country has already pleaded for forgiveness
“I know it's serious and I will not do it again," Sarfo told TV4 Sports
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“I made a mistake by driving myself. I know it's not okay and I will not do it again, I know it's serious.”
In a related development, Malmo FF Sports Director Daniel Andersson admonished the Ghanaian saying what he did was bad.
“Yes, this is not good. Very bad, what Kingsley did is first and foremost his responsibility. But then it is clear that we, as an employer, have a responsibility to make sure he takes care. What he did is new to me, I'm talking to Kingsley," Andersson also told TV4
Sarfo recently submitted his documents for a changed in nationality in order to represent Sweden but he had a changed on mind earlier this week and was included in Ghana's 29-man squad for the World Cup qualier and friendly game against Uganda and Saudi Arabia respectively.