B/A police chief hits back at ref.

wllmTHE Brong Ahafo Deputy Regional Police Commander, ACP Sarpong has strongly hit back at FIFA Referee William Agbovi describing his statement as unbelievable and untrue,reports sportscrusader.

William Agbovi had earlier made a statement that some police officers who are deployed at the various league centers to ensure security sometimes call on referees to compromise matches for home teams.

However, the Brong Ahafo Deputy Regional Police Commander thinks that the current best referee in Ghana has not been fair to Ghanaians and that his statement cannot be true since he has never reported such an incident to the force before.

“I will never accept what Agbovi is saying as the truth. Has he ever reported any of conduct to authorities?” ACP Sarpong queried.

The First Capital Plus Premier League will kicks-off on January 18 and both the police and the referees are expected to work together to ensure sanity in the game.

*Great Olympics General Manager, Oloboi Commodore has revealed that the Teshie-based club is preparing to report Coach David Duncan for absenting himself from pre-season training to the Ghana FA Ethics Committee.

Coach David Duncan, who signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Olympics, has not turned up at the Wonder club’s training grounds since December 19, 2014.

According to the Agosu club, Coach David Duncan insists he does not want to sign a permanent deal with the club because he is planning to embark on a coaching course in the USA later this year.

“We signed an MOU. We have played our part and he has played his part so there is a supposed contract,” Mr. Commodore told Accra-based radio station Happy FM.

“If the Directors agree that we have a case, then we will present it before the GFA Ethics Committee because the ordinary law court will take too long to decide the case,” he added.

“What we know is that Duncan is our coach because we had a memorandum of understanding with him before he came on board,” General Manager of the Club Oluboye Commodore told Happy Fm.

“He has not been to training since December 19 and we have also not heard anything from him”.

“The agreement we had with him is supposed to keep him at the Club as I speak”.

“For us he has breached the terms of the contract and we will take legal action against him”.

The former Ashanti Gold and Free State Stars trainer took up the Olympics job in August 2014 and was expected to be in the dugout for the “Wonder Club” during the 2014/15 Ghana Premier League season.

It is unclear whether Coach Samuel Quaye will lead Great Olympics when the club opens its 2015 Premier League campaign against AshantiGold SC at the Obuasi Len Clay Stadium

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