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Division One clubs demand verdict on bribery case or will boycott league

Published on: 23 November 2010

By Geraldine Duodu

Ghanaian second-tier sides have threatened to boycott this season's League mid-way through if a verdict on a bribery case last term is not released, according to the Daily Graphic.

Referee Musa Yahaya is reported to have admitted in his report that he was offered bribe to officiate in a league match between Vipers and Medeama last season in Cape-Coast.

The protestors led by Sporting Mirren Chief Executive Olloboi Commodore are demanding

Fans accosted him after the match and retrieved 2,000 Ghana cedis from his socks.

It is alleged that the verdict has been delayed because some big personalities were mentioned in the bribery scandal.

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