Ahead of their crucial match against Wamanafo Mighty Royals, reports emanating from the Yendi based club is that, there exist two camps in the team which is Southerners and the Northerners.
As the reports indicates, the management of the team have sidelined the Northern players and does not pay attention to their problems in relation to their allowances, health and other basic needs.
Unlike the Northern players, their mates from the South are enjoying their monthly allowances and are mostly treated better as compared to the Northern players.
According to the information available to sportsmrnews.com the management of the team have decided to placed each of the Southern players on a monthly salary which is twice as that of their Northern counterparts.
Per the reports, the Northern players are not even paid and so have decided not to train with the team for some days now.
Gbewaa FC is currently battling for relegation survival, and the division in the team can even worsen the chances of their survival.
Since the beginning of the league, the team has parted ways with their coach over poor performance, but the players in the camp have attributed this poor run to bad management and that the coach was doing his best.
Gbewaa FC currently are on 15th place on the league standings with 9 points after 16 games played so far.
Problems like this should not persist in a team that are seriously fighting to survive relegation.
The reports further indicates that even the team’s Technical Director from Brazil and the current coach Mr. Malik are all having hands in the selective treatment.
Mr.Thomas Yeboah, the new owner of the club has managed to get the team a bus and has been pumping money into the team, but the people he entrust the team to are not helping to make things work out as it should be.
Even the players themselves as a result of this division do not have good relationship among themselves.
The team will be playing Wamanafo Mighty Royals today at 3:00PM and should they failled to address this issue as soon as possible, it could affect their performance against the Wamanafo based club.
By Saaka Yakubu Issah