Thieves steal headline on the Ghana Premier League opener

Thieves stole the headlines on the opening day of the 2020-21 Ghana Premier League season by announcing their presence in an extraordinary style.The notorious robbers executed their plan to its fullest after ransacking Legon Cities and Berekum Chelsea players during a league match on Saturday night.They raided the bus of the two teams while players were sweating it off on the pitch at the Accra sports stadium.The rambo style execution overcrowded an exciting Premier League opener which has produced five outstanding draws in the season’s opener.Players and officials of both Cities and Chelsea were only left with the option of raining coronavirus-curses on the audacious thieves after the game that ended in a draw at the Accra Sports Stadium.The brazen robbery took place even though the government had ordered for matches in the league to be played behind closed doors.As such the two clubs were stunned to discover that bandits had stormed their dressing rooms and made away with large sums of money, laptops, mobile phones, watches and rings while they fought during the 1-1 draw game.The robbers feasted heavily while the two sides fought the tightly contested game to mark the start of the season affected by more than 68 cases of coronavirus hitting several players in the league.With hopes of catching the burglars fading fast as CCTV at the national stadium is faulty, players and officials had to resort to the comfort of praying to God for coronavirus to catch the perpetrators of the robbery.Angry players distraught by the massive clearout could be heard screaming ‘may God punish these thieves by infecting them with coronavirus.’Other accounts claim that the stealing took place in the buses of the clubs but a Chelsea player said the thieves broke into the dressing rooms.