Former Ghana FA Cup winners Nania FC facing relegation

during the MTN FA Cup Final at the Accra Sports Stadium in Accra, Ghana in 2011

during the MTN FA Cup Final at the Accra Sports Stadium in Accra, Ghana in 2011



Former Ghana FA Cup winners Nania FC have sunk all time low as they face the drop from the country’s second-tier league.

The Accra-based side, owned by Ghana legend Abedi Pele, are firmly rooted at the bottom of zone three after losing 1-0 at Istanbul on Sunday.

They have amassed a paltry 13 points from 14 games with a game left to end the first round of the country’s second-tier league.

It’s a sorry situation of a side which clinched the FA Cup four years ago.

High-flying Dreams FC are top of the table after a 1-0 win over Danbort.

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