The GFA Ethics Committee has written to the Board Chairman of Bofoakwa Tano FC, Mr Yaw Boateng Gyan to prove the alleged comments he made in a radio interview.
Mr. Boateng Gyan, on October 20, 2020, in an interview on Accra based Angel FM, allegedly stated that “unnamed officials of Dreams FC influenced the exit of player Andrews Appau from the National U20 team”.
The GFA Ethics Committee (the Committee) received a complaint letter from Dreams FC and an audio recording of Mr. Boateng Gyan’s alleged comments.
He has been requested to submit a written Statement to the Ethics Committee on or before Friday, November 27, 2020 on or before 5pm. He may also choose the option to appear before the Committee to substantiate his allegations.
Failure to prove the alleged comments would be considered as a breach of Article 11(2)(a), (b) & (d) of the GFA Disciplinary Code (2019) and Article 22(2) & (3) of the GFA Code of Ethics (2019).
Meanwhile, Yaw Boateng Gyan is not the only one who has been hauled before the GFA Ethics Committee this week.
Asante Kotoko Coach, Maxwell Konadu has been referred to the GFA Disciplinary Committee for comments made against Referee Daniel Laryea, after the game between Brekum Chelsea and Asante Kotoko on match day 2 at the Brekum Golden City.
Also, Ebusua Dwarfs Coach, Ernest Thompson has been asked to appear before the GFA Disciplinary Committee for comments made against Referee Joshua Samadji, on his performance during the game between Techiman Eleven Wonders and Ebusua Dwarfs on match day 1 at the Ohene Ameyaw Park in Techiman.
Whilst Inter Allies FC head Coach, Henrik Lehm has been referred to the disciplinary Committee of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) over comments against made against referee Ibrahim Abdulai and his assistants when Karela United hosted Inter Allies on match day 2.