The Bono club’s struggle to avoid relegation has been dealt a big blow as they are to find money to settle their former player
Ghana Football Association’s Player Status Committee has slapped Premier League side Eleven Wonders with 33,000 after wrongfully terminating the contract of former player Abu Sule, AshesGyamera.com can confirm.
Sule joined Wonders in 2019 as a free agent after leaving Heart of Lions and although, he played just a single game for the Techiman-based side, he was unfairly treated as the club verbally terminated his contract and expelled him from the first team.
Sule dragged Wonders to Players’ Status Committee insisting that his signing on fee of 20,000 cedis was not paid after signing his contract as well as 13,200 representing outstanding salaries for 22 months (600 cedis per month).
Sule has further been declared a free agent and can join any club he likes.