Management of Karela United Football Club has ruled out sales of club despite the sudden death of club owner David Senator Kobbinah Brigii earlier last year.
The Anyinase based top flight campaigners marked their audition in the nation’s top tier with some impressive performances before their club owner failed to survive a cardiac arrest.
Reports on the Ghanaian suggested that the Crossby Awuah Memorial Park based outfit could be changing ownership in the coming months with some mystery names already popping.
Younger brother of the late Senator, Mr Ebenezer Whyte, however ruled out any fears of the club leaving Anyinase ahead of the return local football in Ghana.
Speaking on West End radio Super Sports, Mr. Ebenezer Whyte vehemently denied any chance of the club changing ownership despite the surprise death of their club owner.
“We are not ready and will not sell this. We are doing our best to protect the good image as well as the legacy left behind by my brother or our brother.
“The families both in Nigeria and Ghana have done several meetings regarding the club so we are not selling this club. Our doors are opened for any investor but not to sell this prestigious brand which is very special to the people of our land”, Mr. Ebenezer Whyte told West End Radio Super Shows.
Karela United zoomed into the top tier of Ghana football for the start of the 2018 domestic season and marked their audition with wins over Hearts of Oak, Asante Kotoko SC and Aduana Stars at the CAM Park.