Ghanaian giants Accra Hearts of Oak have filed a complaint against city rivals Great Olympics for fielding an unqualified player during their Ghana Premier League week28 crucial 1-1 on Sunday.
The Phobians claim Joshua Kwame Rhule was not eligible to feature in the Mantse Derby at the Accra Sports Stadium.
The former Caf Champions League winners are said to have filed a protest against their cross city rivals- asking to be declared winners after the 1-1 stalemate.
Article 33 of the 2019 Ghana Football Association Premier League Regulations clearly states that a team commits an offence punishable by forfeiture of a match where that team fields an unqualified player.
If the protest succeeds, the offending team (Great Olympics) shall be considered as having lost the match and accordingly, three (3) points and three (3) goals shall be awarded in favour of Accra Hearts of Oak.
Samuel Boadu’s side are join-top with bitterest rivals Asante Kotoko on 50 points with six matches to end the season.
They are followed closely by Medeama SC on 46 points and Great Olympics in fourth on 45 points.