Video recordings of last Wednesday's controversial Division One Middle League matches at Cape Coast and Sekondi have been submitted to the Ghana Football Association for onward submission to the Disciplinary Committee to be used as evidence by the committee.
The recordings, as well as written accounts by special observers of the Nania FC versus Okwawu United tie at Sekondi and the Great Mariners versus Mighty Jets clash at Cape Coast are to serve as evidence in the investigations by the Disciplinary Committee in efforts to unravel the suspicions surrounding the outrageous scorelines that characterised the two games, sources close to the Division One League Board has confirmed to the Daily Graphic.
Nania beat Okwawu United 31-0, while Mariners trounced Mighty Jets 29-0 in record-breaking scorelines at Sekondi and Cape Coast respectively.
But the four teams have since been engulfed in their separate battles for survival against the law after being hauled before the Disciplinary Committee over the subject.
The Disciplinary Committee will converge again today over its investigations into the almost absurd results of the two games.
Today's sitting will be the second appearance by the four teams before the Committee after their initial appearance last Friday.
Story by Michael Quaye