Zylofon Cash Premier League side Karela United have broken camp indefinitely following the suspension of all football activities after government announced it has taken steps to dissolve the Ghana Football Association because of the revelations of the Anas Expose.
The management of the new comers, noted for their stubbornness against big clubs in Ghana, asked players and technical team to go on break for an indefinite period.
In a statement on the facebook page of the Premier League newbies, the CEO of the club, David Cobbina Brigidi has communicated to the players and the technical team to go on an indefinite break as they will communicate when they will resume to them.
“Good Morning Gentlemen we are all aware of the fall out of the recent Anas Aremeyaw Anas expose on our football. As at today there is a High Court injunction restraining all football activities in the country. Government has set up an Interim Management Committee which l believe in the coming days will outline its programs for the beautiful game.
Meanwhile while awaiting a clear cut direction on football activities in the country it is the considered view of management to let the team proceed on a short break. The playing body and technical team will be updated on developments as they unfold through our usual communication channels
May l also use this opportunity on behalf of the club to felicitate with our Muslim brothers on the Ramadan celebration.
My kind regards to the Pride and Passion family.
David Cobbina Brigidi CEO” the statement reads.