Head coach of Inter Allies Felix Aboagye and Team Manager Reuben Adjetey, have been handed 24-month bans by the Ghana Football Association’s Disciplinary Committee for their involvement in a match fixing scandal that rocked Ghana football at the end of the 2021/2022 season.
The decision was announced by the Ghana FA’s Disciplinary Committee on Monday after the conclusion of investigation into last season’s final day clash between AshGold and Inter Allies at the Len Clay Stadium.
Both Inter Allies and Ashantigold have been demoted to Ghana’s Division Two, the country’s 3rd tier competition.
The match in question ended 7-0 in favour of AshGold with Inter Allies defender, Hashmin Musah scoring two own goals in the process.
However, after the encounter, Musah, admitted in a radio interview that his own goals were scored deliberately to scupper a 5-1 bet that some people had placed on the match.
The committee said they found strong evidence of the involvement of the two officials in fixing the game.