Posted On Monday, 22nd April 2013
For the second time in a row the hugely- anticipated second-tier league game between Istanbul and Rehoboth has been rained off.
The crunch fixture was pushed to Monday after heavy downpour disrupted Sunday’s game at Akyem Techiman.
The rains however refused to wash away as a similar downpour on Monday has forced the game to be postponed to a yet to be determined date.
Istanbul, which is owned by a group of Turkish businessmen men have impressed heavily in National Division One League for the past three years.
The owners have injected lots of money into the running of the club and only missed qualification to the top-flight by the whisker last season.
They lie second in zone 3A behind Inter Allies and could move top of the table with home victory against Rehoboth.