He will be eligible to chair the Regulatory Commissions and Appeal Boards for personal hearings, which is the FA’s senior panel which hears the full range of cases in connection with disciplinary and other regulatory matters of football played in England, including on-the-field misconduct, doping, safeguarding, agent activity, and anti-discrimination.
Evans has also been a member of the FA’s Anti-Discrimination panel.
He is a registered FIFA match agent and a registered intermediary with the English Football Association. Evans has a strong focus on expanding his representation of professional football players and clubs both on a domestic and international level.
Over the years, he has focused on reviewing contracts of footballers and professional athletes as well as representing them at disciplinary hearings.
Evans has been the principle representation in Europe for Kumasi Asante Kotoko and has been responsible for the relationship the club has with Sunderland FC and other European clubs.
He has also built on his connections in Africa and has been appointed by the West African Football Union (WAFU) to represent the interests of developing youth footballing talent in the region.
Other facts about Evans Amoah-Nyamekye
Evans trained as a solicitor at the firm and qualified in 2003. Evans is listed in the 2014 edition of the Legal 500 as a recommended lawyer specialising in criminal advocacy. Evans is also personally rated for advocacy as a ‘rising star’ in the Super Lawyers 2013 publication.
Evans has over 10 years of experience of court procedure and advocacy exposure. Evans decided to specialise in serious and complex advocacy since qualifying as a solicitor in 2003. Evans obtained his higher rights of audience in ‘all proceedings’ allowing him to offer clients both civil and criminal advocacy at the highest level. Evans is committed to providing high quality representation at all stages of a case’s proceedings.
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