Inter Allies break camp for one week
The management of Zylofon Cash Premier League campaigners, Inter Allies have asked their playing team to break camp for a week after all football activities were put on hold indefinitely in the country.
The Ghana Government has taken steps to dissolve the football association and this places an embargo on all football activities across the length and breadth of the country.
after the exposè showed by Investigate Journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas that provided some evidence of corruption in the football association ranging from referees to top administrators of the game.
The Tema-based side led by Japanese trainer Keninchi Yatsuhachi are preparing for the second round of the Zylofon Cash Premier League this coming weekend.
The eleven is to one team finished the first round of the premier league by placing 5th on the league log with 24 points after winning eight games and losing seven.
By Ibrahim Gibrilla/YooYooAfrica Media