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Sports News of Tuesday, 27 October 2015


Great Olympics to sell Kwame Boateng

Kwame Boateng jubilating with colleagues Kwame Boateng jubilating with colleagues

Accra Great Olympics has confirmed official bids for their player, Kwame Boateng, from a number of premier league clubs on the domestic terrain.

The relegated top flight campaigners has been battling to keep hold of their key players in the second tier league as they look to make a swift return to the FCPPL.

The wonder club confirmed official bids from dethroned champions Kumasi Asante Kotoko and Tema based Inter Allies among other hosts of suitors ahead of next season.

Information sourced by sports crusader, shows that Kotoko are keen on securing the services of versatile Boateng.

Administrative Manager for the Wonder club, Oluboi Commodore, confirmed the news in an emphatic manner but was quick to calm down fears of any mass departure.

He said, “Yes, Kumasi Asante kotoko and Inter Allies have approached us for the services of Kwame Boateng. We are opened to negotiations”.

The departure of the hard working utility man will be a big blow to the promotional aspirations of the 1977 league champions.

Great Olympics dropped to the second tier of Ghana football after gaining promotion at the start of the 2014/15 season.

Olympics employed the services of veteran trio of Godwin Attram, Richard Kingston and Daniel Ziema Quaye but joined the wilderness of Ghana football despite a late comeback win over Ashgold in the final match of the FCPPL season.