We never sold any player to Tamale City - Super Rainbow FC founder Emmanuel Oti Ankrah

Published on: 01 June 2023

Super Rainbow FC founder Emmanuel Oti Ankrah has stated that the club did not sell Jireh Kojo Nissi to Ghana Premier League club Tamale City. 

According to Emmanuel Oti Ankrah upon careful examination of the letter Tamale City gave to Ghana Football Association in their battle with King Faisal over player double identity that letter is a forgery.

He added that the letterhead is theirs but he did not sign that letter.

"This case that is been talked about that King Faisal has taken evidence against Tamale City it was a Super Rainbow letterhead. I am the founder, technical director and everything at the club and I realised that they used our letterhead," he told Peace FM as monitored by Footballghana.com

"So when I studied the letterhead one of my guy's that he worked with me last year we had some disagreement so he went away to form his own team and we stopped working with him. He was our ICT guy his signature was on the letter so what I see is that it is a forgery that boy hasn't played for our team before,"

"He played for a Cape Coast team called Oguaa United it was a colts club that they haven't done biometric so the boy went to play for Metro Stars a second division and Cape Coast Metro transferred the boy to Hasaacas. The boy went to play for Hasaacas so when he left Hasaacas then he moved to Tamale City. So if the GFA is doing the thing right the boy's last club should be Sekondi Hasaacas it is not Rainbow,"

"The name he played with Oguaa, Metro, Hasaacas is different from what he is using at Tamale City which means Ghana football don't tell the truth they boy is not my player. So it is fraud that they used my letterhead the boy hasn't played for my team before,"