Ethics C’tte reschedules sitting

Police Ladies striker, Jane Ayieyam –  stands accused

Police Ladies striker, Jane Ayieyam –
stands accused

The GFA Ethics Committee has postponed its sitting which was scheduled for today at the Ashanti Regional Police Headquarters Conference room.

Nana Gyamerah Kwabena Yiakwan II of Wa African United and C.E.O of Techiman City FC, Mr. Charles Kwadwo Ntim were expected to appear before the Committee today as it continues its investigations into an alleged bribery case involving the two clubs during their 22nd week match in the GN Bank Division One League.

Ghana and Police Ladies striker Jane Ayieyam, was also expected to appear before the Ethics Committee after she allegedly accused referees of bribery in an interview after a National Women’s League match.

The Ethics Committee will soon announce a new date for its sitting on all cases before it.

Meanwhile, Black Stars’ coach Avram Grant is expected to arrive this week to begin preparation ahead of the upcoming Cup of Nations qualifier against Rwanda.

Grant has been away on holidays after guiding the Black Stars to beat Mauritius in their opening qualifier in June.

The 60-year-old who was expected to monitor the ongoing First Capital plus Premier League as part of his agreement as the Black Stars coach has been out of the country for the past eight weeks.

The former Chelsea boss is however expected to touch down within the week to prepare for the crucial qualifier against the central African side on September 5 in Kigali.

The Black Stars began their qualifying campaign on a promising note after a 7-1 mauling over Mauritius at the Accra Sports Stadium

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