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Sports News of Thursday, 1 March 2018

Source: GHANAsoccernet.com

Medeama SC president wants to sell the club over league delay

Chief Executive Officer of Medeama SC James Asirifi has disclosed that the bankroller of the club, Moses Armah, has lost interest in the Ghana league due to the delay in starting the season.

The 2017/18 Ghana Premier League was postponed indefinitely for a second time on Wednesday following an injunction from Great Olympics.

According to Asirifi, due to the ongoing tussle between Great Olympics and the Ghana FA, the club's president Moses Armah 'Parker' is frustrated and wants to sell the club.

"Moses Parker is ready to give his dearest club away to anyone who wants it because he is disappointed in the system," Asirifi told Asempa FM.

"My boss Moses Parker has now lost interest in Ghana football and is ready to dash the club to anyone who wants it."

"It's unfortunate because as I speak to you now,I don't even know when we will be playing our first game."

"The injunction on the league is really taking a toll on the club owners."