Cape Coast Commercial Courts B has this morning adjourned the Appeal hearing between Great Liverpool Fc and Ebusua Dwarfs to 22nd August 2019 after the plaintiff counsel failed to show up in court.
The Premier league club were hoping the initial ruling will be overturn oh their favour but they will have to wait till 22nd August 2019 to know their fate.
Ebusua Dwarfs are appealing the high court ruling which ordered the club to be liquidated to settle the debt owed by the club.
Great Liverpool dragged Dwarfs to court over the club’s failure to settle the a long-standing transfer fee of their player Patrick Villars to the club 20-years ago.
The lower division side transferred the former Ghana international in 1999 but dispute over the transfer with an involvement of a third-party club stalled payment.
Great Liverpool FC coach and owner Philip Vincent Cann dragged Dwarfs to court after they refused to him his entitlement after the transfer.
The ownership of the player has become a bone of contention for years leading to the decision of the plaintiff to head to court.
Vincent Cann, who owns the economic right of the player, is reported to have been side-stepped in the business transaction.
A High Court a month ago approved a motion for the Mysterious Club to be handed over to liquidators to settle the debt to the lower division side Great Liverpool FC.