The team manager for Accra Great Olympics, Oloboy Commodore, has raised an alarm that GFA is not fair to all clubs in Ghana.
His assertion is premised on what he described as a delay in decision making at the secretariat.
He expressed disappointment concerning the GFA’s delay in releasing its outcome involving the betting saga concerning Ashanti Gold and Inter Allies.
“it is not good for Ghana football, they should be quick in decision making; the new season is about to start and ruling on past season’s issues has not been passed,” he said.
According to him, a lot of things are going wrong at the GFA so they need to sit up and be fair to all clubs.
The Ghana Football Association in July this year announced that it was looking into the Ghana Premier League Week 34 tie between AshGold and Inter Allies at the Len Clay Stadium over claims of betting and match-fixing.
The FA’s action was in response to news stories reportedly quoting Inter Allies player, Hashmin Musah, and how he scored two own goals in the match that Allies lost 7-0.
The Association took steps to lodge a complaint on the match with the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service and the Ghana wing of Interpol for the criminal investigation of the game.
It further urged the public, media, players, technical team members to also send any evidence or information whatsoever connected to the match (a statement, video, audio etc) to assist the investigations.
But Mr. Commodore believes the delay in dealing with the probe is terrible and unfair to other clubs.
By: Rainbow Sports/Ghana