Ghana League: Olympics to head to the law court to seek justice against Duncan

Accra Great Olympics wants coach David Duncan to return to the club or risk facing legal action.

 Olympics claim they have a two-year contract with the former Hearts of Oak manager who is likely to join Kotoko in the coming days.

 The wonder club has made an official complaint to the Ghana Football Association(GFA) player status committee to summon Coach Duncan who according to them has breached an earlier contract signed.

“We believe he has breached a contract he has with us so we are asking him to some back and fulfill the contract or pay a compensation of GHS 168,000,” said  Oloboi Commodore,  general manager of Olympics

“We are not thinking of where he wants to move or not but all that we are saying is that he has breached a contract he had with our club.

“We have sent the matter to the GFA where we believe we can have justice.”

Great Olympics lie three places to the bottom of the league with nine points out of a possible twenty-four points Story by Ghana/Joy Sports/Benedict Owusu

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