NEWS NOW : Accra Hearts of Oak finally file protest against Great Olympics
Accra Hearts of Oak have filed a protest at the Disciplinary Committee of the Ghana Football Association concerning their 1-1 stalemate against Great Olympics
According to the Phobians, Olympics’ Number 39 shirted player Joshua Rhule was unqualified to feature in the game.
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Per Article 33 of the Ghana Football Association Premier League Regulations, a team commits an offence punishable by forfeiture of a match where that team fields an unqualified player.
Further information reaching Afrosporty.com conclude that, Never Say Die club backed their allegation against the Wonder club with documents that states that, “Koomson Biney played for Dragon Fc in Benin in 2019 and later changed his name to Joshua Kwame Rhule and registered for Great Olympics”
If the protest succeeds, the offending team (Great Olympics) shall be considered as having lost the match and accordingly, three (3) points and three (3) goals shall be awarded in favour of Accra Hearts of Oak.