Ex-Ghanee's Derek Boateng lawsuit against John Paintsil's former international co-founder was overdue, and the court ordered the average guest to pay the legal fees and the costs of the defender.
The Accre Court dismissed Boateng's allegations that Paintsil borrowed money at the camp during the World Cup in South Africa in 2010, and ruled that the claim was inaccurate.
The Jennifer Akua Tagoe presiding judge has ruled that Boateng, the former AIK Stockholm supertstar, has no merit.
Boateng sought reimbursement of interest plus interest at the commercial bank rate from the date the defendant collected the money until the final payment date.
Also the former star of Fulham and Getafe requested that Paintsil cover his legal costs and expenses after a lawsuit that exposed deep-seated hatred and enmity between two former friends.
Paintsil insisted that he does not owe the former international class to high school.
"I received a court call to the above question and discussed the issue with my lawyer in order to take the necessary legal action," Kasapa FM Sports said.
"All I can say is I do not owe Derek.
"I do not owe him a coin, but since the matter is now in court, I will talk less about it and leave the judiciary to decide whether to owe it or not."
According to the lawsuit, the plaintiff stated that he is a Gana football player and has a career on an international level, and lives in London while the accused John Paintsil is also a footballer currently living in Ghana after a successful international career.
The prosecutor said that he (Boateng) and the defendant (Paintsil) all Ghane Black Stars players were part of the Ghanaian contingent who played in the World Cup 2010 held in South Africa.
The prosecutor claimed that while the team was in South Africa, the defendant lent $ 20,000 to him (Boateng) and he (Paintsil) promised to pay money at the camp, but later promised to pay when he returned to his club.
The prosecutor further stated that because they played for the national team, he did not strongly request the defendant to think about his money since they were friends, the accused would be happy to pay the money.