Great OIympics have served the Ghana Football Association with a court injunction seeking to prevent the start of the GFA’s Congress and the new Ghana Premier League season.
The club is unhappy at its relegation from the league last season and is seeking redress in the matter of an unqualified player being used by Bechem United in their 1-0 victory against Hearts of Oak.
For Great Olympics, they say that the GFA should be made aware of Bechem’s use of Joseph Amoah in the said match. They claim the player was not eligible to play the match and that is against the GFA’s Rules and Regulations.
Sources at Great Olympics say that the injunction is force the GFA to look at the case before the start of the new season.
It is unclear what will happen next but should Olympics back their case with the right evidence, Bechem United could suffer a points deduction and they may get relegated while Olympics get to stay in the league.
Source: Citi Sports