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Court Orders Sale of Ebusua Dwarfs Bus

A court in Cape Coast has ordered the team bus of Ghana Premier League side Ebusua Dwarfs to be auctioned to offset a GHC4, 150 debt owed a colts club known as Great Liverpool FC.

According to the court, Dwarfs failed to pay the said amount awarded as cost to the juvenile side for the past 16-years after the sale of a player.

Great Liverpool FC which was previously known as Coconut Grove Sharks sued the premier league side for unlawfully selling their player Patrick Villars without their consent to a Turkish club breaching FIFA rules on player transfer.

The then 17-year-old Villars was loaned to Dwarfs making it inappropriate for the club to sell the player outright.

After hearing Thursday, the court ordered two policemen and two court bailiffs to post the notice on the bus which was parked at the VEC Guest House at Siwdu.

Meanwhile, officials of the club have denied having any knowledge in the case saying that they will react at the right time.

Ebusua Dwarfs battled to survive relegation on the final day of the 2015/16 league last month.

Source: radioxyzonline.com

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