The Asuo 3yiri pe bere board chairman has made serious allegations about Dreams FC after his former player was dropped from the Black Satellites camp
Bofoakwa Tano board chairman and former member of the Black Stars management committee, Yaw Boateng Gyan, has alleged that young defender Evans Andrew Apau who recently signed a three-year contract with Asante Kotoko has been fictitiously dropped from the Ghana U-20 camp for refusing to sign for Dreams FC which was previously owned by Ghana FA president Kurt Okraku.
The former NDC National Organiser claims the youngster was being pursued by several clubs including Dreams FC but his club Bofoakwa Tano decided to sell him to Kotoko.
In an interview with Accra-based Angel FM, Gyan revealed that a management member of the U20 team called the player to issue a threat that if the player doesn’t sign for Dreams FC, he will lose his place in the national team and the threat has indeed become a reality after the player joined Kotoko.
He further claim that the conversation between the player and the management member will be traced and the tape presented as evidence to the GFA soon.
Source: Angel 102.9FM