The Tema Youth leader’s camp responds to the rescheduling of the final conclusion of the protest against the federal soccer governing body
Tema Youth Wilfred Kwaku Osei’Palmer’ isn’t perturbed about the Court of Arbitration for Sport’s postponement of the verdict of a legal conflict with the Ghana Football Association (GFA).
The prior Black Stars Management Committee member is looking for justice for his disqualification in the soccer governing body’s presidential elections last October.
The battle, whose final result was initially scheduled to be published in July was initially transferred to August 5 before being rescheduled for the next time for September.
“Yes, it is true the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has postponed the situation to 1st September 2020,” Osei Palmer’s campaign group spokesman Ebo Appiah informed Angel FM.
“We do not wish to speak when our competitions are speaking since we’ve got better things to do in order to respond. Palmer isn’t concerned about the postponement of this judgment.
“You do not go to the Court of Arbitration for Sport if you have much less patience. CAS can still postpone the situation and it is normal because the instance remains inside 90 days.
“We love everyone who has endorsed Palmer till today and we invite you .
“We group Palmer anticipate another postponement out of CAS on September 1 scheduled to be the day for the hearing of the final verdict”
GFA Executive Council member Samuel Anim Addo considers CAS’ indecision is impacting the soccer mood in the nation.
“I believe CAS should not have left this issue this stressed. I believe it’s a standard thing in soccer. If a person believes he hasn’t been treated fairly, he or she chooses it to the proper quarters to be addressed,” Addo advised Citi FM.
“Therefore I believe CAS should have brought the verdict out so everybody will understand their smoothness degree. We must be aware of the verdict so that we proceed from that point. I really don’t believe that is a problem in any way.”
For former Ashanti Gold chief executive officer (CEO) Frederick Acheampong, the most recent rescheduling is a sign of CAS’ lack of admiration for Ghana soccer.
“I believe they doourselves respect us, it has been too long once you sit and you also compute. I’m even tempted to feel that they haven’t sat on the circumstance,” Acheampong, a GFA Executive Committee member, informed Kessben FM.
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