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Soccer News of Tuesday, 19 December 2017


Olympics not out of Premier League - Oloboy Commodore

Board member of Accra Great Olympics, Oloboy Commodore has indicated that the club will play in next season’s Ghana Premier League despite being relegated.

According to him, Olympics have protest cases at the GFA and he’s confident that they will win and earn enough points that will see them retain the premiership status.

“My brother, I am telling you confidently that Great Olympics will play in the Ghana Premier League next season”, he told

“We’ve a protest against Bechem United which can never fail. Three of their players Solomon Mensah, Felix Addo and one other player were unqualified to play against us, and we’ve evidence to back it.

“So, we are just waiting for the ruling from the FA, which I’m confident, will go our way because the evidence is very clear.” Great Olympics was one of the three clubs relegated in the 201/17 Ghana Premier League together with Bolga All Stars and Tema Youth.