A court in Cape Coast has ordered the liquidation of Ebusua Dwarfs to settle debt owed by the club.
Lower division side Great Liverpool dragged the Ghana Premier league club to court over the club’s failure to settle transfer fee of their player Patrick Villas.
After several litigation, A High Court on Thursday approved a motion for the Mysterious Club to be handed over to liquidators to settle a long-standing debt to lower division side Great Liverpool FC.
The court has ordered the liquidator to wind up the Ebusua Dwarfs and settle the indebtedness to the lower division side.
Ebusua Dwarfs is one of the oldest club in Ghana, it was founded in 1939 and based in Cape Coast.