Former premier league board chairman, Yaw Abra-Appiah has narrated the bottom most time of his football administration.
The ex Okwahu United administrative manager leaves the Premier League Board after a decade where he went through positive and difficult periods.
Speaking to Yaw Ampofo Ankrah on Radio XYZ’s LET’S GO, the banker recalls one of his most trying times in office.
“For the first time I was dragged to court with Fred Pappoe, Kofi Nsia hand one or two others when we decided to allow a match to be played between Hearts of Oak and a Tema team” he started.
He continued saying “And hearts of oak took us to court. We were there and I remember any time we were going to court, I will have a [phone] call, saying that hey go with your brush, your towel and your sponge because you are not coming back. You are going to Nsawam prison. It was a very unfortunate time for me”.
Abra-Appiah admitted he was frightened during that period of his tenure because there was a possibility of going to jail.
Source: Evans Ofotsu/ radioxyzonline.com/Ghana.