Eddie Doku who is a former Chairman of the Black Stars B management is set to take legal action against Tiger Eye as he has been accused of taking money to solicit for game time for a player in last year's WAFU tournament in Ghana.
The Captain of the Black Stars of Ghana, Asamoah Gyan has pleaded with Ghanaians to divert their attention from the Anas' expose and support the Black Stars ahead of their friendly match against Iceland today.
Zylofon Cash Premier League referee Samuel Sukah, was caught in the Anas expose as he accepted a bribe of GHC 2000 and a goat to rig the matchday 8 fixture in the GPL played on March 19 2017, between Asante Kotoko and Accra Hearts of Oak in favour of the Phobians.
Samuel Sukah became the talk of town after he awarded a controversial penalty in the 84th minute of the game for Hearts at the Accra Sports Stadium.
The decision left many shocked as a shot that struck the back of Kotoko defender Awudu Nafiu, was adjudged as a handball by Sukah resulting in the penalty.
Hearts scored from the resulting penalty and the game ended 1-0 in favour of the Phobians.
Despite massive outrage especially from Asante Kotoko after the game, he was cleared by the Referee Review Committee of any wrongdoing in the Super Clash.
As the centre referee, Sukah took an amount of Ghc 2,000, while Assistant One Eric Nantiere and Assistant Two Salifu Rahman both pocketed an amount of GHc 1,500 each.
Kotoko prior to that game were unbeaten in several matches and their run ended.