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The Bankroller and President of Elmina Sharks, Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom has stated that players will be streaked out or be maintained based on the assessment of their performance during the league season.

The League debutants, Sharks, sealed off their permanency in the 2016/17 league by placing ninth [9th] on the league log with forty-two [42] points.

Elmina Sharks beat Wa All Stars by two goals to one [2:1] at the Nduom Sports Complex Sunday in the last fixture of the Ghana Premier League (GPL).

Elmina Sharks President, Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom has revealed to ATL FM Sports he will challenge the Ghana Football Association [GFA] at the upcoming congress on some issues and practices in the league.

The 2016 Presidential flag bearer of Progressive People's Party [PPP], recently on his social media page alleged there was corruption in the Ghanaian League and also lamented on the decision of the referee who handled their 29th league fixture with Aduana Stars at Dormaa.

Speaking to the media after the Match Day 30 clash with Wa All Stars last Sunday at the Nduom Sports Stadium, Nduom said he will attend the congress of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) Congress if he is in the country to challenge the GFA on the issues he raised.

Bukom Banku

The war of words between boxers Bastie Samir and his rival Brimah Kamoko, known commonly as Bukom Banku, will not go away soon as both camps keep fuelling the tension with demeaning statements ahead of their mega bout on Saturday October 21 at the Bukom Boxing Arena in Accra.

The very latest of their war of words is the comments by former Ghana Amateur team captain, Bastie, who has described his opponent as a comedian and not a boxer.

In an interview with the GNA sports after his public workout, Bastie was full of anger because his opponent was going round claiming to be the king of Ghana boxing, saying that, he will make sure Bukom Banku finds his real profession after the bout.

Bechem United retained their Ghana Premier League status after recording a 1-0 win over Great Olympics on Match Day 30 at the Nana Fosu Gyeabour Park on Sunday.

The breakthrough arrived after just three minutes on the clock, as Amed Toure fired home from close range to hand the Hunters the lead.

Olympics had come close earlier when Guantohou Kaplaka fired a stunning effort into the waiting arms of goalkeeper Ernest Adu after dispossessing Bechem United defender Daniel Egyin just outside the 18-yard box.

In the second half, the Dade Boys pushed for the equalizer but the steady defense of Bechem United stood firm to their threats.

The visitors came in strongly mid-way through the second half by attacking the Hunters and went close to leveling the score line through Douglas Opoku but his thumping header grazed the upright.

Bechem saw out Olympics incessant threats late on to record a 1-0 win to retain their league status.

Source: pulse

A football consultant and a former management member of Accra Hearts of Oak Al Wahab has revealed to the Accra-based Asempa FM that bribery and corruption is embedded in both domestic and foreign football leagues. He stated that corrupt acts can only be reduced but cannot be eliminated.

This was stated in reaction to the bribery and corruption allegation made by a Political figure and bank-roller of Elmina Sharks, Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom after his team`s 2-1 defeat to Aduana Stars. Dr. Nduom alleged that referees take bribes and administrators strategized to determine the outcome of league results. This was due to his dissatisfaction of the outcome of the Match Day 29 fixture between Aduana and Elmina Sharks that took place at Dormaa.

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