Hearts of Oak fined GHc5000 for breaching sponsorship rights

[SportWorldGhana] - 13/06/2017

ShareAccra Hearts of Oak SC has been fined an amount GHc10,000(GHc5000 suspended) for breaching the GFA’s sponsorship agreement with NASCO after their Ghana Premier League match against Liberty Professionals played in Accra. Click here for the decision: /userfiles/files/Decision – Misconduct Case (...)


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