The Chief Executive Officer(CEO) of embattled premier league side Techiman City has revealed that his outfit will appeal the Disciplinary Committee ruling that went in favour of Bechem Chelsea.
Techiman City petitioned the judicial body of the Ghana Football Association to deduct regional rivals Bechem Chelsea some points and goals due to the former’s inability to settle debt that aroused from the sale of players Emmanuel Clottey ,Lee Ardy and Richard Kissi Boateng seasons ago.
However the Disciplinary Committee ruled in favour Bechem Chelsea.
A statement released by Mickey Charles after the decision reads; ” We have received tgw decision of the Disciplinary Committee of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) on a protest filed by Techiman City. It has now been established that Berekum Chelsea owes the GFA an amount of $140,000, €30,000 and $30,000 on the transfers of Emmanuel Clottey, Lee Ardy and Kissi Boateng respectively. The legal team of Techiman City will study the document and appeal against the decision. Thanks “
Techiman City have been relegated but are now contesting their relegation status.
How the judgement goes will go a long way to decide Techiman City’s participate in next seasons league.
The Ghana Premier League over the past two seasons have suffered delays due to issues like this and it will be interesting to see how things unfold