Great Olympics charged to pay coach Yaw Preko GHC 30,000 for contract breach

Great Olympics ordered to pay former coach Yaw Preko GHC 30,000 for contract breach

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Ghana Premier League side, Great Olympics have been ordered to settle all compensation owed former boss Yaw Preko for breaching contract agreement.

The former Ghana international saw his contract terminated with the Capital-based outfit less than a season handling the club. He had a year more left in his contract but was sacked for going contrary to Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Great Olympics Oluboi Commodore orders. 

Coach Preko was warned from using ex-Black Stars midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang in his squad despite performing well but he refused and constantly filled him in Premier league matches.

The Management following that, sacked him but breached contract binding the two parties. With Yaw Preko dragging the club to GFA has seen case ruled in his favor.

The Disciplinary committee of the Ghana Football Association, has charged the club to pay an amount of GHS 30,000 to their former employer.

The committee stated that there was no convincing evidence to suggest that Preko had breached Clause 5a or 5b of his contract with the club.

“Based on the available documents and pieces of evidence before the Committee, we are satisfied that, Petitioner did not breach Clause 5a or 5b of his contract with the club since there is no convincing evidence before the committee”, a portion of the ruling stated.

Story Kolog Bonaventure

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