The board member and shareholder of Accra Great Olympics, Oluboi Commodore has been call to order by the Status Committee. The well known football person in Ghana, who should have known better did it worse.
He is the General Manager for the Great Olympics team, and needs all the maximum exposure for the team but not through this mediocre manner. Oluboi Commodore has plead to the Status Committee, for forgiveness because he has no evidence to support his claims.
The board members of Hearts of Oak and the Committee are trying to protect the image of the league and the team involved. Hearts of Oak has all the strength and ability to fight and win this league on merit.
Looking at the players at their disposal, they are ready to put things together and work very hard as a team.
The effort of the players, technical team, management team, supporters and the board members has been discredited by the statement of the Olympics General Manager for the club.
Togbe Afede has invested in Hearts of Oak to frustrate any other team in other to win the league. From the goal keeping department to the strikers have all been boosted by motivation wise.
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