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Inter Allies warn clubs to stay off 'precious' players

Published on: 20 June 2014
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Inter Allies have advised clubs interested in any of their players to go through the right procedure or face legal sanctions.

The "Eleven Is To One" earned rave reviews for their dazzling displays in the second half of the season to move from the foot of the table to finish sixth on their debut season in the Ghana Premier League.

Inter Allies boast of a youthful side with the credentials of playing top-tier football.

Captain and centre-back Joseph Aidoo is been sought after by Asante Kotoko, Hearts of Oak and AshGold.

Also, goalkeeper Osei Kwame could make a big move to any of the sides in the Top 4.

But the club are unwilling to let any of their precious jewels go.

"We understand the interest of some our players because of such a remarkable season, but the right thing must be done and done well, not through the back door because we are a professional club," Chief Executive and Brands Manager Delali Senaye told

"Those  clubs which are flirting with our players should stop with the dealings immediately or we drag them before the Players and Status Committee and take other legal actions against them.

"If any club is interested in our players , they should write to us or approach us formally, thank you."


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  • awass says:
    June 20, 2014 11:43 am
    Well said dela.....d right proceedure must b adhered 2.eleven is to one alwayz