Bankroller of Division One fold New Edubiase, Abdul Salam Yakubu has surprisingly disclosed that his outfit is up for sale.
Abdul Salam Yakubu made the revelation in a Facebook post on Sunday. In the post, he disclosed that his passion for football is dead and he has been sidelined for everything poor in the football system
He added that he’s likely to harbor a sickness due to the situation and he’s open to selling the club at a very low price.
The post read: “New Edubiase United FC is up for sale at a very low price. All you need is to manage the players welfare very well. I think I’ve done my best in Ghana football, started with seven united, worked with King faisal and I was mentored the late Alhaji Bimbo, who taught me a lot in football. Due to my works, I was privileged to serve under various committees in Ghana football.
“The passion I have for football is dead. For two seasons now I’ve been particularly sidelined for everything poor in the football system. Its very sad. I have been mute for sometime hoping there is a change but it seems there won’t be any and if care is not taken I could harbor a sickness and things might be worse.
“Anyone interested is the team can contact me 0244242530/0208129256. Goodnight,” the post ended.
The decision to sell the team comes in after their gameweek 12 clash against Bekwai Youth Academy on Sunday ended abruptly. The game came to an end after the technical staff and the players of New Edubiase reportedly run towards one of the Assistant referees to register their displeasure for a goal which was wrongly disallowed.
New Edubiase has been in existence for more than a decade. The team qualified to the Ghana Premier League in 2009 and suffered relegation in 2016.
During their stay in the topflight league, the club chalked successes by winning the Ghana FA Cup in 2012 and featuring in the CAF Confederations Cup.