Communications Director of Legon Cities Kwame Dwomoh-Agyemang has debunked reports that their players are owed seven months salaries.
Earlier reports in the local media suggested that players of the club are owed salaries and bonuses in the last seven months.
A further report by Kumasi-based Oyerepa FM claimed there has been a power cut at the players club house due to debts owed the Electricity Company of Ghana.
Kwame Dwomoh has quashed the reports and called on the public to treat it with the needed contempt it deserves.
“Let’s debunk these stories. I don’t know why some of these stories find their way to the media space,” he told Silver FM.
“By the ethics of the profession, at least you get in touch with us for clarification on issues.
“But unfortunately, some media firms want likes on social media so they just fabricate stories
“And when you threaten to sue them, they begin to plead”
“It’s most unfortunate but I don’t want to add anything to it, let’s ignore some of theses stories,” Kwame concluded.
The Royals have been inconsistent this season and are currently 13th on the league table with 37 points after 29 matches.
Legon Cities will face Nsoatreman FC in matchday 30 of the Ghana Premier League on Sunday.