Ghana football is set to witness another heated legal tussle in the coming days with an imminent battle between Okwawu United FC and the legal wing of Eastern Regional Football Association.
The much anticipated legal war was confirmed from a stay of execution successfully acquired by Okwawu United FC to usher in their winner takes all clash at the Regional level.
Okwawu United FC and Kwabibirim FC saw their regional division II middle league ending abruptly because fans invasion of the pitch in the ongoing Eastern Regional Division II middle league.
The Disciplinary Committee of the ERFA then declared Kwabibirim winners from the proceedings and findings from a protest filed by the latter to send Okwawu United packing.
This triggered Okwawu United FC into filing a stay of execution to temporally bring them back into contention ahead of an appeal and a heated legal showdown.
Okwawu United FC, one of Ghana’s most celebrated traditional football club, was heavily tipped to clash with Koforidua Suhuyen Sporting Club until their last but one league clash with Kwabibirim halted proceedings abruptly.