General Manager of Great Olympics Oloboi Commodore has boasted that no one can expel his outfit from Ghana football following the dismissal of their court case against Ghana FA.
Accra High Court on yesterday dismissed Olympics court case against the Ghana Football Association.
Great Olympics placed an injunction on the launch of the 2017/18 Ghana Premier League in a protest that Bechem United fielded an unqualified player against them during last season's campaign.
Following the dismissal of the Wonder Club's court case, the FA called for a Consultative Meeting but emerged that the General Annual Congress took place at the FA's headquarters and several reports have emerged that Olympics will be booted out from Ghana football per the rules of the Ghana Football Association which says no member should take the FA to court.
However, Commodore indicated that no can remove them from Ghana football.
“We did exactly what the law says and the court gave a ruling and we are going back to the boardroom to decide our next step. The Ghana Football Association is treating Olympics like armed robbers shutting all doors on us.
“The ruling by the court says we should settle the case with the FA but we are surprised with the attitude of the FA because they are behaving like thieves.
“I just don't understand why the GFA is running like armed robbers to organize congress because it seems to me that the Ghana Football Association knew the outcome of the court case."
“Yesterday, most members voted in favour of the Congress because they are afraid of Kwesi Nyantakyi. One thing I know for sure is that the Ghana Football Association is in a rush to do things because of Great Olympics."
“The FA acted in a bad faith. Don’t rule as out from the Premier League and nobody can expel us from Ghana football. We will work according to the law but I am daring anybody to expel us from Ghana football,” he added.