The Players Status Committee of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has ordered Medeama SC to pay an amount of Gh¢ 280,000 to former coach Ignatius Ose-Fosu and technical director Seth Ablade.
The ruling follows the Ghana Premier League side’s decision to terminate the contract of the duo earlier in the season.
Osei-Fosu had his contract terminated by the two-time FA Cup champions after just just three games into the season while he was just three months into his contract with the club.
The young tactician, who was reportedly on a Gh¢ 10,000 monthly salary with the Tarkwa-based side along with some juicy bonuses as well as other packages dragged Medeama SC to the Players and Coaches Status Committee to demand compensation in the region of Gh¢ 300,000.
However, the Football Association has issued a ruling which states that Medeama should pay a whoppin Gh¢ 150,000 to the former Techiman Eleven Wonders trainer.
Also, Medeama SC was dragged to the committee for wrongful termination of contract by Seth Ablade who was appointed as the club’s technical director for a three-year period.
The Yellow and Mauves parted ways with the experienced gaffer after just seven months and opted to battle out with the Medeama SC at the Football Association for compensation.
A ruling from the Ghana Football Association’s Status Committee stated that Medeama SC should pay Gh¢ 130,000 to the UEFA Pro License holder.
Ablade enjoyed an extensive playing career in Europe featuring for clubs in Finland, Poland, Austria and Albania.
Ablade, who was a member of the Ghana U17 team that finished 3rd in New Zealand 1999, arrived in Finland in 2004 and featured for clubs including KuPS and AC Oulu.
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