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Soccer News of Wednesday, 21 April 2010

Source: Raymond Yeboah / SportsInGhana.com

Kessben and Chelsea in cospiracy tactics to overturn DC's verdict

Investigations by ArkSports in Sunyani have revealed a hidden conspiracy by some of the biggest names in Ghana football to overturn the Disciplinary Committee ruling in the case of the Glo Ghana Premier League abandoned game between Kessben FC and Berekum Chelsea.

Kessben who earlier accepted the verdict declaring them losers and a forfeit of further three points from their accumulated build-up, have now lodged an appeal with a conspiracy at the heart of it.

This conspiracy, ArkSports investigations have revealed, is a plan by Kessben chief Kwabena Kesse to force the Disciplinary Committee to rule in favour of a replay of the Match Day 20 fixture which ended abruptly on February 28.
The plan is that Kessben will play it soft for Chelsea to easily win and claim the three points which the Disciplinary Committee’s verdict has already given them. The gain for Kessben is that they will avoid the deduction of a further three points as the current verdict states.
This underground move allegedly involves GFA capo Kwesi Nyantakyi too, according to Ark Sports investigations. The allegations have it that Kessben owner Kwabena Kesse made a telephone call to Nyantakyi on his tour to Sunyani last week.
The purpose of the call was for the GFA President to convince Chelsea CEO Nana Obed Kwame Nketia to consider the plan to conspire for the replay.
We keenly await the Appeal verdict.