Head supervisor of Accra Great Olympics, Oluboi Commodore, has uncovered that previous Ghana Football Association [GFA] President Kwesi Nyantakyi needed to utilize the administrations of insightful columnist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas to investigate how games are purportedly fixed in the Ghana Premier League.
Wagering has become the overwhelming focus of the progressing 2021/22 Ghana Premier League crusade.
Talking in a meeting, the veteran football chairman uncovered that Nyantakyi was made a fuss over how consequences of association matches were known before games.
"During Kwesi Nyantakyi's time, on this equivalent wagering issue, he chose to contact Anas to do an examination concerning that in our football and that specific outcomes are known before the matches are played yet tragically it was fairly explored by Anas," he told Accra based Starr FM.
In the interim, the Ghana Football Association are yet to deliver the discoveries of the Ashgold v Inter Allies match fixing embarrassment that arose last season.
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