Legon Cities robbed after defeat against Samartex

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Ghana Premier League club Legon Cities has reported that the team was attacked by armed robbers following their match against FC Samartex on Wednesday. The former Ghanaian champions played away to the Samreobi-based club in a Week 8 encounter.

According to the club in a statement, players and officials lost valuables including phones, laptops and money during the robbery incident. It said the team arrived in Accra safely and would make a report to the Police for the matter to be investigated.

“On our way back to Accra after honouring the Ghana Premier League fixture against FC Samartex, our team was attacked by armed robbers at Toase.

“Players and officials of the team were robbed of phones, laptops and monies. The entire team is safely back in Accra. The club would make a representation to the police this morning to address the issue.”

Legon Cities lost the match to FC Samartex 3-0 thanks to goals from Emmanuel Mamah, Emmanuel Keyekeh and Michael Ephosn. Cities will next take on Medeama SC in Accra on Sunday while Samartex travel to face Berekum Chelsea on the same day.

Statement by Legon Cities

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