Soccer News Mon, 4 Dec 1995


Sunyani (B/A) -- Mr Kojo Dotse Accra Great Olympics' Sunyani representative is in the hands of the Bureau of the National Investigations (BNI) for allegedly trying to influence two players of Bofoakwa Tano with 100,000 cedis to enable olympics win their premier league match against them today in Sunyani. Mr Dotse, who is also a staff of the Sunyani branch of the Social Security Bank(SSB) was alleged to have given a written note to Anthony Yeboah and Richard Kyeremeh both defence players of Bofoakwa, promising them an amount of 50,000 cedis each if they helped olympics win the match scheduled at the coronation park.


Disclosing this to the press, Mr Yaw Gyan, vice chairman of Bofoakwa Tano said, Dotse first contacted Yeboah about the deal on saturday. He said Mr Dotse told Yeboah that one Mr Annan an olympics official in Accra had rang him (Dotse) to try and influence some of the individual players of Bofoakwa with money before the arrivals of Olympics in Sunyani for the match.

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