Ghana Premier League side, Ashantigold Sporting Club and Inter Allies, has been downgraded to Division Two, Ghana’s 3rd tier league, after being found guilty of match manipulation in their 2020/2021 Ghana Premier League Match-day 34 game at Obuasi Len Clay Stadium.
The activity connects with a Ghana Premier League game toward the finish of the 2020/2021 season when Ashantigold beat Inter Allies by 7-0. An Allies player, Hashmin Musah, scored two own objectives and later conceded his activity was to indulge a wagered put on the said game.
The Sanctions to take effect at the end of the current season 2021/22
The Ashantigold Sporting Club’s President, Dr. Kwaku Frimpong, and his child, Emmanuel Frimpong, who is the club’s Chief Executive Officer, have additionally been restricted from football activities for a considerable length of time (10-years) and 8 years respectively.
Eight players of the club have also been banned for two years each after being found guilty of match manipulation, while a further five players have also been handed four year bans for failure to appear before the GFA’s Disciplinary Committee.
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