The board of directors of Brong Ahafo United has suspended six key players of the club, including Patrick Asmah, the left full-back of the Black Satellites during the FIFA U-20 World Cup in New Zealand after they left without permission.
The players left the camp of the B.A United, following the sack of Roy Arthur as the CEO of the club, because he supervised their move to the Sunyani based side.
According to Yaw Frimpong, a member of the interim management team that is running B.A United, the players skipped camp ahead of their game against Hearts of Oak and have still not reported to the team, resulting in the Board’s decision to slap an indefinite suspension on them.
“Six players left without informing anybody after the sack of Roy Arthur as the CEO of B.A United.
“The Board has suspended them and a copy of the letter has been sent to the Ghana Football Association, he told Metro fm.
The players in question are Obed Allotey,Charles Oppong, Charles Manu, Patrick Asmah, Francis Kyeremeh and Emmanuel Boateng.
Allsports.com.gh understands the above mentioned players agreed on a one year deal with B.A United, which ends by the end of the season, but an agreement was reached between Roy Arthur and the club that any transfer that comes the way of the players within the period they play for the Apostles of Power soccer would see him earn 80%, with 20% going to the club.