The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of New Edubiase, Alex Akummey, has admitted his side is heading for relegation with just four matches to end the elite league.
According to Akummey, they are now planning to campaign in the second tier league come next season as they lie at the bottom of the league table with 25 points after 26 games.
Edubiase’s fate was decided after they lost to Wa All Stars last Sunday in Bekwai and Akummey is already projecting life in Division One.
“For us we are thinking of playing in Division One so with the matches remaining we will play our hearts out for those who will survive to survive.
“At least seven seasons in the league is enough; Lions, Okwawu, Dwarfs, Olympics have all been relegated before so we need to be congratulated”, he told Starr Sports.
The Bekwai Boys will be playing away to Inter Allies, Bechem United (home), Dwarfs(away) and Hearts(home).
Meanwhile, former Ghana and former Bayern Munich defender Samuel Osei Kuffour has called on the organisers of the Ghana Premier League to put in efforts to make the league more attractive.
The highly rated former Ghana international in an interview on Citi-fm shockingly revealed that he had not been to a Ghanaian stadium in years due to the low quality of play in the League.
“Well for now I haven’t been in the stadium because sometimes it’s not about who you are going to watch but how the whole game is organised,” He said