An Accra High Court has adjourned the case between Great Olympics and the Ghana Football Association to Wednesday February 21.
The two parties (Great Olympics and GFA) appeared in court today for the hearing however the sitting judge Justice Anthony Yeboah adjourned the case to next week.
The plaintiff (Great Olympics) are challenging their relegation status from the Ghana Premier League.
The Wonder Club suffered relegation at the end of the 2016/17 League season after finishing 15th on the table, however the Teshie-based Club are thought-provoking with claims that Bechem United used an unqualified player in a League match against Elmina Sharks, a decision which could go in their favor to reclaim their Premier LEAGUE status.
Olympics served the Ghana Football Association with a court injunction which have halted the start of the new season.
By Frank Darkwah