King Faisal coach Mallam Yahaya has been dragged to the Ethics Committee following his bribery allegations against the club president of Medeama.
Yahaya, ex-Borussua Dortmund player, claimed Moses Armah has been paying referees in the Ghana Premier League after his side lost 1-0 to Medeama last Sunday.
Medeama have not taken this lightly at all and want the Ghana FA to probe the matter.
“We need to make sure the ethics committee looks through and make pronouncements on that because if we don’t do it the perception will be out there that we bribe referees to influence them,” the club’s Executive Vice Chairman Albert Commey said.
“We know we don’t do that so for us it is appropriate we report to the Ethics Committee to take the matter up.”
Medeama lead the Ghana Premier League after 18 rounds of matches with a two point advantage