Other Sports of Wednesday, 14 September 2016
New Edubiase player Prince Antwi and the club’s Chief Executive Officer, Alex Akummey have been invited by the Ghana Football Association Ethics Committee for alleging that GFA president, Kwesi Nyantakyi was involved in a match-fixing.
According to the complaint, in an interview with a Bekwai-based radio station Dess FM, the player allegedly stated that the Match day 5 fixture between his club and Wa All Stars was compromised by the Ghana FA boss.
The Ethics Committee has commenced investigations to ascertain the veracity of these allegations and has invited the player and Chief Executive of the club to appear before the Committee at the GFA Secretariat, Accra on Thursday September 15, 2016 to substantiate the allegations.
The meeting which was earlier scheduled for September 1, had to be postponed as a result of New Edubiase’s request to allow the player to go on a trip outside the country.
Meanwhile, some club officials have raised red flags over the presence of Nyantakyi during his club’s (Wa All Stars) games because the act intimidates referees.