The Court of Arbitration for Sports, otherwise known as CAS, couldn’t meet its own deadline of communicating the much-anticipated verdict on the matter pending before its panel featuring the Ghana Football Association and the justice-seeking Wilfred Osei Kwaku who is popularly known in football circles as Palmer.
Hundreds of thousands of expectant Ghanaian football fans were kept at the edge of their seats on Tuesday as they waited in vein for a word from the Lausanne-based adjudicatory chamber.
CAS subjected the entire football landscape in the West African nation to drama and suspense as journalists and sympathisers massed up in the camps of the various parties involved in the case.
An integral camp member has spoken after Court Of Arbitration For Sports postponed the hearing of case between the Ghana Football Association and Wilfred Osei Palmer.
Court Of Arbitration For Sports (CAS), having communicated to the Sports fraternity, Spokesperson from the camp of Wilfred Osei Palmer says, the news doesn’t come as a surprise to them since it’s still within the limited time of CAS to delay ruling.
Spokesperson for the Wilfred Osei Kwaku Palmer campaign team, Ebo Appiah says that his candidate is not perturbed with the Sport’s body’s decision to reschedule the verdict for the landmark case involving his candidate and the Ghana Football Association.
“Yes it’s true Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) has postpone the case to 1st September 2020”
“We don’t want to talk when our opponents are talking because we have better things doing than to react “Palmer is not worried about the postponement of the ruling”, Ebo Appiah told Accra based media outlet Angel FM.
“You don’t go to Court of Arbitration for Sports when you have less patience.”
“CAS can still postpone the case and is normal because the case is still within 90 days”
“We appreciate everybody who have supported Palmer till now and we thank you all”, he added.
“We team PALMER expect another postponement from CAS on September 1 scheduled to be the day for the hearing of the final verdict”, he concluded.