Olympics drops case against Hearts of Oak

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Great Olympics, Oluboi Commodore has revealed that the club has withdrawn the case they filed against Hearts of Oak at an Accra High Court over the transfer of Gladson Awako.

Speaking on Rainbow Sports, he stated that
“Hearts of Oak has done the needful in relation to the Gladson Awako case, so the case has been withdrawn from the court.”

“Hearts of Oak have paid the arrears of GHC50,000 being the final payment of the Awako transfer fee so we don’t have any case with them now.

“We wanted Hearts of Oak to show us respect. The issue was not only about the money,” he added.

Olympics sued their city-rivals and defending Ghana Premier League champions, Hearts of Oak over the transfer of Gladson Awako.

Olympics had sued Accra Hearts of Oak for breach of agreement over the deal.

The player was transferred to Accra Hearts of Oak on a two-year deal before the start of their Africa campaign which they have been eliminated from.

Per the agreement, Accra Hearts of Oak promised to Awako’s transfer fee in two installments.

The first installment was on the 13th of September and the second was to be paid on October 2.

But Accra Hearts of Oak failed to pay the second installment of the agreement.

By: Rainbowradioonline.com/Ghana

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