Premier league side Ebusua Dwarfs says they disagree with the ruling of the Ghana Football Association in which they have been declared losers if rhe match day 23 clash against Legon Cities.
The club insists the ruling is misleading and flawed in law, and will head to the appeals Committee for redress.
A statement from the club has assured fans of the club of a ‘fight’ to restore the points back to the club.
“We disagree with the decision of the appeals committee of Ghana Football Association in relation to our match day 23 fixture of the Ghana premier league which the referee (Alfaa Ba Adey) decided to stop the match claiming threats on his life. This decision in our view is misleading and flawed”. Ths club statement read.
The statement further said the club has filed its appeal within stipulated time frame to ensure thw decision is overturned.
“We have filed an appeal within the stipulated time and we are convinced it will
The Ghana FA Disciplinary committee slapped an eight point ruling against Ebusua Dwarfs for causing the abrupt end of the Ghana Premier league match against Legon Cities.
For their role in disrupting the game, Ebusua Dwarfs have been declared losers of the match, and a further 3 points deducted from their accumulated points build up.
The club is also fined to pay 6,000 Ghana Cedis to the Ghana FA, part of which will be paid to Legon Cities as part of their traveling expenses.