GFA ordered to expel Ebusua Dwarfs from the Premier league

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The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has been ordered by the Cape Coast High Court to expel Ebusua Dwarfs from the Ghana Premier league.

The Mysterious club were dragged to Court by lower-tier, Great Liverpool over the club’s failure to pay the transfer fee of their player, Patrick Villas in 1999.

The 35-year-old joined Ebusua Dwarfs in 1999 and spent three seasons at the club before joining Turkish club, Trabzonspor. 

In July 2019, the High Court ordered the immediate liquidation of the Ghanaian top-flight side after failing to settle the debt.

In a letter sighted by and signed by the liquidator Mrs. Jemima Maama, GFA has been ordered to redrew Ebusua Dwarfs from participating in the 2020/21 Premier league season scheduled to commence on November 13.

The court also warned the country’s football governing body that failure to carry out the action would result in the federation being charged with contempt at the law.

It remains unclear whether Ebusua Dwarfs’ first league game against Elmina Sharks at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium will go on.

Read the letter below:

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