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Division One League: GFA declares Nzema Kotoko winners of cross-protest against Pacific Heroes

The Disciplinary Committee of the Ghana Football Association has declared Nzema Kotoko of a cross-protest against Pacific Heroes after their Division One League Matchday 25 match played at the Azulenoanu park.

Decisions of the Committee: 

1.That it is the holding of this Committee that the Protest of Pacific Heroes FC is dismissed.

2.That it is the holding of this Committee that the Protest of Nzema Kotoko FC shall succeed.

3.That for Pacific Heroes FC initiating the acts responsible for causing the abrupt end of the match, Pacific Heroes FC shall forfeit the match in accordance with Article 33(1)(b) of the Division One League Regulations.

4.That having been found to have forfeited the match, Pacific Heroes FC shall be considered as having lost the match in accordance with Articles 33(2) and 34(12) and accordingly, three points and three (3) goals are hereby awarded in favour of Nzema Kotoko FC.

5.That in addition, being the defaulting club, Pacific Heroes FC shall lose three (3) points from the club’s accumulated points from their previous matches pursuant to Article 33(5)(a) of the Division One League Regulations.

6.That in addition, being the defaulting club, Pacific Heroes FC is hereby fined Two Thousand and Five Hundred Ghana Cedis (GH¢2,500.00) payable to the GFA, 50% of which shall be paid to FC pursuant to Article 33(5)(b) of the Division One League Regulations.

7.That the fines mentioned in Decisions 4 and 5 above, shall be paid to the GFA within fourteen (14) days upon receipt of this Ruling, failing which Pacific Heroes FC shall forfeit their subsequent matches after the said deadline.

8.That should any party be dissatisfied with or aggrieved by this Decision, the party has within one (1) day of being notified of this Ruling to appeal to the Appeals Committee of the Ghana Football Association.

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