Ntim Angry At Reports He Received Cash Support From Black Stars Coach In Ba Stars Takeover

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Micky Charles with long time friend Randy Abbey

Micky Charles with long time friend Randy Abbey

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But the Ghana U23 team Management Committee member who started out as a ‘dj’ is irked by talks he had to beg for cash from his close friends before being able to buy out the Brong Ahafo side.

These friends mentioned in a fast spreading rumour includes Black Stars coach Akwasi Appiah, Ghana FA Executive Committee member Randy Abbey and prominent opticians.

Ntim has however dismissed these rumours – insisting he has made enough money for himself to be able to bid and buy a Ghanaian club.

‘These things I here are very laughable, some people say Randy Abbey, some politicians and even Akwasi Appiah bought the club for me,’ he told Metro FM.

‘Are these people trying to say I am not good enough to acquire a club of my own?

‘I have lived life and therefore my association with people shouldn’t create the impression I cannot fend for myself or acquire a football club for that matter.

‘Everyone knows I am friends with Randy Abbey and we have been friends for a long time.

‘Again people know the relationship I have with Akwasi Appiah and therefore it is stretching it too far when people say I bought a club because these friends of mine got it for me.’

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