Ebusua Dwarfs supporters' chief Alhaji Suleiman Addai has kicked against the club's decision to participate in next year's CAF Confederation Cup, fearing the financial impact will collapse the side.
The Cape Coast-based side will represent Ghana after the continent's governing body, CAF restored two lost slots to the West African country in July.
Dwarfs officials have confirmed they will make a bow in Africa's second-tier inter-club competiton next year despite the huge financial implications.
But the club's patrons of Gardens chief, Alhaji Suleiman Addai insists the club does not have the financial muscles to participate in the competition, fearing it could land them into relegation.
“We don't have the money to play in Africa. We haven'teven paid all the salaries and allowances of players from last season,” Alhaji ten ten told Eagle FM
“Instead of playing in Africa, we should focus on the local league. If we're not careful, we are going to be relegated like what happened in 2002.
“Our history should guide us. I'm making a passionate appeal for us to pull out because the financial implications could prove disastrous for the team.
Dwarfs opened their Ghana Premier League campaign with a tricky trip to Tema to face Inter Allies.