Great Olympics director Fred Pappoe has vowed the club will pursue its litigation case with the Ghana FA in court, insisting the relegated Premier League side 'cannot be intimidated by anybody'.
However, the Accra-based side have received massive backlash for their unpopular decision.
But a director of the club, who is nursing an ambition to become the next Ghana FA boss, Fred Pappoe, has vowed to go to the full haul.
‘’Nobody can intimidate Great Olympics, I dare anyone to do so. We are not contesting Bechem United, we are dealing with the FA,’’ he told Asempa FM.
"I don't think there is anyone at the FA who don't wish me well. Great Olympics is not afraid of relegation.We have no problem going to relegation on merits.
"It was not our intention to make any club inconvenient but this is an issue we have to deal with. We were compelled to go to court because the GFA was not ready to resolve the issue.
"The GFA was ready to go ahead and play the league without Great Olympics, so we had to go to court. We will defend ourselves from any unfair sanctions meted to us."
It's unclear when the league will start amid the financial quagmire that has put clubs in.