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Aduana FC might boycott 2022/23 Ghana Premier League

Aduana Football Club are contemplating on boycotting the 2022/23 Ghana Premier League, according to the Communications Chief Evans Oppong.

The Ghana Football Association’s decision to ban the Ogya Boys from the Nana Agyemang Badu Park is the cause for this unconfirmed action.

Aduana beat Tamale City 1-0 on match-week 25 but the bus of the away side was allegedly attacked by fans of Aduana, resulting in the head injury of a player.

However, Oppong in an interview with Luv FM, condemned the decision by the Ghana FA, revealing that they could even choose to forfeit the league.

“How can you ban a club for an action that was done outside the stadium?”

“As a club, our legal team is studying the matter for us to know the next action we are going to take. So far as we are concerned, we might take a lot to decisions on this.

“One of them is to boycott the league or drop from the league.”

Aduana command a three-point lead at the top of the table with nine games still to go.

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