Ghana Premier League outfit Ebusua Dwarfs have reacted to the ruling meted out them by Disciplinary Committee of the Ghana Football Association.
It would be recalled that the Crabs slugged it out against Legon Cities at the Cape Coast stadium on match day 23 in the Ghanaian top-flight on May 9 2021 – a day which marked the 20th anniversary of the worst stadium disaster in Africa – however a game slated for 90 minutes lasted only 45 minutes due to alleged assault and heckling by supporters of Ebusua Dwarfs.
After ten days, a final decision was made by the Disciplinary Committee after a clarion call by the wider football community for the committee to expedite their ruling.
The decision which was ruled in favour of Legon Cities much to the dismay of Dwarfs saw the defaulting club docked three points and three goals with the Royals gaining three points and three goals to their point build-up.
The decision drags Ebusua Dwarfs, who at a point in the campaign were in top four positions, to the relegation zone with 25 points.
Reacting to the decision, a press release by the club described the ruling which they have filed an appeal to that effect as “misleading and flawed”.
Below is a copy of the press release: