Ghana Premier League side, Great Olympics have withdrawn their case against Regional rivals Hearts of Oak SC over the transfer of midfielder Gladson Awako, from the Player Status Committee of the Ghana Football Association(GFA).
The Wonder Club dragged the 2020-21 Ghana Premier League Champions to the Ghana Player Status Committee for breaching the agreement between the two parties following the transfer of midfielder maestro Awako.
The Phobias signed the former Ghana U-20 star on a 3-year deal following a successful negotiations but have failed to pay the transfer amount in full.
The Dade Boys after failing to hear from Hearts of Oak regards to the remaining payment, dragged them to the GFA Player Status Committee.
But after a series of banter between the two clubs and the player adjudicator, Great Olympics have opted to withdraw their case from the committee, claiming that they can not trust the Association due some surprise moves from them.
“The posture of the FA means we can’t trust them, a reason why we have withdrawn our case from the Players status committee,” The General Manager of Great Olympics, Mr. Oluboi Commodore told Asempa FM in Accra.
“The FA does not have any right to release someone’s player for another club, let me say it no court has that power.
“FIFA does not even hold the power to do that, how can you ask of prove of filing fees from the club as an Association?
“It’s mysterious for the Ghana Football Association to do that. The FA can’t accept DTMS for Accra Hearts of Oak SC,” he added.