The CEO of Aduana Stars, Albert Commey has levelled a damning allegation against Papa Kwesi Nduom's Elmina Sharks for attempting to bribe referee Uriah Glah who handled their match last Sunday.
The FA Cup trophy visited the secretariat of Asante Kotoko on Saturday October 14 as part of the road map to the grand finale of the competition.
The porcupine warriors will face Hearts of Oak in the grand finale of the competition in a match dubbed "unmissable".
Officials and players of Asante Kotoko received the giant trophy at the clubs Secretariat as they aim to win it for the 9th time.
Earlier this week Official mascot for the competition, Mr Obia nye Obiaa escorted the trophy to the Hearts of Oak secretariat and some media houses such as Graphic, Times, Happy FM, Atinka FM etc as part activities leading to the grand finale.
The trophy will also be taken to key institutions in Kumasi before making its way to the Northern regional capital where it will be taken to various traditional leaders, top government officials and key institutions before it arrives at the stadium on the day of the match.
The Chief Executive Officer of the Dormaa Based Side Aduana Stars, Albert Commey has dispelled rumors of the coronation of Aduana Stars as league winners after their game with Elmina Sharks at Dormaa on Sunday.
The Ogyaa Boys lie on top of the table with four points with close contender WAFA who has 50points and a win against Elmina Sharks seals their clinch of the trophy.
However, Albert Commey in an interview with ATL FM Sports on Friday said they have not received any information from PLB despite the rumors and public suggestions.
Despite signing Álvaro Morata in a club-record £58million deal, Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is said to be actively searching for attacking reinforcements.
Indeed, Morata may have arrived, but Conte missed out on Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United before turning to the Spaniard, while Fernando Llorente chose Tottenham Hotspur over the Blues.
The 22nd edition of the UCC Inter Halls Cross Country is set to take place at the Casford Field on Saturday 14th October, 2017. The one day event will parade the finest of athletes from the various halls on campus to try their stamina out in long distance events.
With the defending champions, Valco hall, they hope to replicate their feat of last year’s splendid performance in both the male and female categories.
Casely Hayford Hall and Kwame Nkrumah would be aiming to regain their form in the previous three editions. For Oguaa and Adehye the level of performance for the females is very high.