Wednesday Oct 21, 2015. 18:52
Hearts of Oak board member Dr.Nyaho Nyaho Tamakloe says they will go to court to contest the Appeals Committee ruling over their protest against Kotoko.
The Phobians were initially declared winners of the protest after the disciplinary committee ruled Kotoko striker Obed Owusu was ineligible to play in the league derby.
Hearts were declared winners and earned three points while Kotoko were docked six points.
But the Appeals Committee overturned the ruling of the disciplinary and restored Kotoko’s points.Hearts have lost the three points and will slip 13th position on the table.
"I don't want to talk much, except to say we have taken notice of the [Appeals Commitee] decision. But we must all know that the FA is ruled by laws, and this is not the end of this matter. If we think we must go further to prove our case, we will," Tamakloe said on Asempa FM.
"Don't forget I have taken a football issue to a civil court before, and won. So let's not say we can't go to court. If it becomes necessary, we will go to a civil court."