Oly settle Medeama debt

Accra Great Olympics has settled its indebtedness to Medeama SC.

Consequently, the Premier League returnees have been released from the sanctions threatened under Article 63(2) of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) Disciplinary Code handed out on March 28.

As a result, Medeama SC and all other clubs are hereby stopped from bringing from bringing a complaint or protest for payment before the Disciplinary Committee on the same facts against Olympics.

Oly was dragged to the GFA Disciplinary Committee (DC) by Medeama for refusing to respect a Player Status Committee decision in respect of an GH¢18,000 debt owed to Medeama SC representing the transfer fee of Player Joseph Halm from Medeama SC.

Medeama sought the DC to invoke Article 63 (2) of the Disciplinary Code on Olympics which could see the Accra club suffer demotion to Ghana’s second-tier league.

A statement from the DC acknowledged receipt of agreement between Medeama and Olympics in relation to enforcement of the order given by the Player Status Committee.

By Times Sports Reporter

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