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Concerned supporter of Great Olympics calls for calm
 
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29-Aug-2009  
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A concerned supporter of Accra Great Olympics FC, Theophilus Neequaye Djanie Magoah has called for calm among supporters and management of the Club following the team’s qualification back to the elite Premier division.

Magoah, a founding member of Accra Great Olympics Supporters Union (AGOSU) has also urged Board Chairman, Amarkai Amarteifio to call on all former Chairmen and Executives who have in diverse ways contributed to the good will of the Club to readily come on board.

In a statement addressed to the Chairman and Board of Directors of the Club copied to GNA Sports, he underscored the need for a collective decision in maintaining the Club especially in their return to the elite division.

The one-time Director of Operations of Great Olympics has also advised the Board to appoint a Chief Executive as well as technical team to steer the affairs of the Club.

“The appointment of a Board Chairman and Directors, selling and buying of Shares by both Supporters and Executives is necessary for the development of the Club.”

Mr Magoah also urged the dedicated supporting body to continue to rally solidly behind the Club’s quest to survive the elite division.
 
 
 
Source: GNA
 
 

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