Techiman City to play in GPL despite bribery allegations

Soccer News of Wednesday, 20 January 2016


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Techiman City are braced to play in the Ghana Premier League despite lingering issues of bribery allegations.

The Ghana Football Association has resolved to the start the 2015/2016 in February with Techiman City who have been involved in a bribery allegation set to participate.

The club owned by Charles Ntim (Mickey Charles) is set to have their taste of top flight football as their case continues to drag at the review committee.

If all goes to plan the Brong Ahafo regional based club will join Ebusua Dwarfs and Kweiman based Dreams FC in the Ghana Premier League.