I didn’t influence Heart of Lions’ GHPL qualification – Randy Abbey

I didn’t influence Heart of Lions’ GHPL qualification – Randy Abbey

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President of Heart of Lions, Dr Randy Abbey, has dismissed claims of using his position to influence the return of Hearts of Lions FC back into the Ghanaian top-flight. The Kpando based outfit have secured qualification from Division One League Zone 3 to the Premiership.

Randy who happens to be an Executive Council Member of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has debunk allegations of playing a major role in his team qualification as a strong figure within the game.

“If there was any favour, it was the favour of God and not favour from anyone else,” Dr Abbey told Asempa FM.

“Until the 19th and 20th week, Heart of Lions was neck-and-neck with Semper Fi, which is owned by the GFA Vice President, and Vision FC, which is owned by Michael Osekre, the GFA Chief of Staff. It was a three-horse race.

“Considering the presence of these influential individuals in the competition, it was impossible for favouritism to occur. It was a closely contested race, but we managed to take an early lead and eventually widened the gap.”

Lions after eight seasons in the country’s wilderness, return to full force to the Ghana Premier League and are determined to make a significant impact upon their return to the top flight.

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