Dr Kofi Amoah The GFA Normalisation Committee (NC) has cancelled the proposed Special Competition aimed at getting the Ghana Premier Le
Dr Kofi Amoah
The GFA Normalisation Committee (NC) has cancelled the proposed Special Competition aimed at getting the Ghana Premier League clubs and Division One League sides busy while the Dr Kofi Amoah-led group continues with its core mandate of reforming the FA’s statutes and regulations, as well as organising elections for new members of the FA’s executive committee and its president.
A press statement issued yesterday explained that the cancellation of the competition was occasioned by frustrations and impediments put in the way of the Normalisation Committee by the Premier League clubs, who initially opposed the original structure of the competition until their requests were accommodated in a new format.
“Anytime the game was about starting there was a hiccup from the premier league clubs and the tournament never started.
“The NC has come to a point where the truth must be told and the right things be done to save Ghana football which is a great asset for the people of Ghana even though it has private sector colouration,” the statement said.
The FA’s caretaker body apologised to the Division One League clubs who had overwhelmingly subscribed to participate in the special competition which had attractive prize monies.