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Sports News of Sunday, 26 November 2017


Great Olympics want board room points for Premier League survival

Accra Great Olympics are confident they will not be relegated from the Ghana Premier League next season, as they seek to rely on board room points to survive.

Olympics finished 14th on the Premier league table with 39 points and will join two other clubs, Tema Youth and Bolga All Stars, to the lower division next season pending sanctioning by Congress.

But the “Dade Boys” who have had two of their recent cases before the Ghana Football Association (GFA) Disciplinary Committee dismissed insists, they are still confident of winning points from the board room to boost their survival in the top flight.

A top club official who wants to remain anonymous revealed to the GNA Sports that the league campaign is not over for them yet, adding they will stay in the top division.

“We have two other cases before the Disciplinary Committee. We are very confident we will win the cases and will definitely survive,” he assured.

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