Sports News of Friday, 17 July 2015
The Management of Brong Ahafo United has suspended Patrick Asmah and six other players for breach of contract.
The Black Satellites wing-back leads a list of seven players suspended by the newly installed management board of the troubled club, after the departure of Roy Arthur from the club.
The former CEO of the relegation threatened club parted with a number of first team players and their cards.
Information gathered by Sportscrusader.com has it that the club has written to the Ghana Football Association on the attitude of the suspended players.
An insider from the club who revealed the news to Sportscrusader said, “We have written to the Ghana football Association to officially get them involved in the poor attitude of the players. They have all left camp without notice and we are hence informing the Ghana football Association on the departure of the players.
“We want to inform the FA on our stand as a club since they have breached their part of the deal. We were not informed about their whereabouts and are suspending them until further notice. They still remain our players and the FA is aware of this”.
Departed CEO of the rocked BA United, Roy Arthur left the club with the registration cards of a number of first team players when he was sacked for the second time.
The suspended players are Patrick Asmah, Obed Allortey, Franci Kyeremeh, Emmanuel Boateng, Charles Oppong and Charles Manu.