Palmer drags disqualification case to FIFA, CAS after NC rejects appeal

Winfred Osei Palmer has dragged the Normalization Committee to FIFA and CAS over his disqualification from the upcoming GFA elections.

This latest development comes after his appeal to overturn their decision was thrown out on the grounds that it was filed at a time later than the window permitted.

At the back of a leaked audio recording where the NC boss Dr. Kofi Amoah is alleged to have plotted against the Tema Youth Bankroller even before vetting process began.

Team Palmer feel there is a deliberate plot by the Committee to sabotage the experienced football administrator.

“We have petitioned FIFA and CAF with Dr Kofi Amoah’s audio. We are always one step ahead of them”, Spokesperson of Team Palmer Ebo Appiah told Happy FM

“We have different strategies every single day. Whatever we will do everything to make sure Palmer is not cheated”.

Ebo threatened the Normalisation Committee over their deliberate action to disqualify their candidate Wilfred Osei Kwaku from the presidential race.

“Lawyer Naa Odofoley should expect hers. Naa Odofoley and Dr Kofi Amoah want war and they will have it squarely. Sammy Kuffour is not part because he’s quietly minding his business”

“It’s now show time since they want us to dance to the same song. We knew what they wanted to do so we were waiting for them. There are more tapes that we will release.”

“What the Normalisation committee is doing is just nonsense. Lawyer Naa Odofoley thinks she is all powerful. Nobody is afraid of her that she must know .It’s about we tell them our peace because it is getting out of hand.”

“Everyone has now seen how Dr Kofi Amoah and lawyer Naa Odofoley are disgracing themselves. Lawyer Naa Odofoley is a disgrace. People are calling on our lawyers to drop the case because the conspiracy is big but will continue with the legal process and seek justice.”

“What they are doing it’s not fair and they should not treat people like this. Nobody should accuse us of delaying football in the country when there are no footballing activities in this country.”

 

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