The Administrative Manager of up for sale premier league club Medeama SC has opined that the Tarkwa based club will not participate in this years GHALCA top six as they await for a buyer of the club.
The financial standings of the dethroned FA cup champions has drastically dwindled after their participation in the CAF confederations cup that saw them make it to the money zone.
The financial demands of the Africa mission has crippled the Yellow and Mauves, a situation that has informed the management’s decision to put it up for sale.
Speaking in an interview with Boss FM, Benjamin Kesse disclosed that the club has zero intentions of participating in the GHALCA organised tournament that will see the top 6 teams in the country per GHALCA’s criteria pit their wit against each other.
“We have no plans of going to camp ahead of G6 tournament. The team is up for sale, the players are at Liberty to negotiate deals with other clubs. We will not participate in the league if we get no buyer”. Kesse said
Medeama finished fourth last season and were billed to participate in the tournament. The decision to pull out will be a huge disappointment to the organizers.