Dennis Osei Gyamfi, GNA
Accra, June 13, GNA - Football Clubs in Ghana have been left in a state of confusion over the uncertain future of the Ghana Football Association (GFA).
The Government have set in motion process to dissolve the GFA, after securing a High Court order to temporarily freeze all activities of the Association.
The injunction would last for ten days and would in effect prevent the GFA and its officials from engaging in any form of football-related activities.
Lack of activities for the national governing body in the last two weeks, have come at a huge cost, the Association members have said.
The clubs through their welfare body, Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA), have said that their major challenge they are facing in this whole situation is the fact that they do not know how soon the government process would end.
For this reason, almost all the clubs who were preparing for their respective games both in the elite division and the lower divisions have asked their players and technical team to break camps.
Clubs which have break camp includes, Ghana’s only representative in the ongoing Africa Clubs competition, Aduana Stars, premier league giants Asante Kotoko, Wa All Stars, Liberty Professionals, Ashgold, Medeama Sporting Club, Karela FC, Elmina Sharks, Inter Allies, Dreams FC among a host of other lower division clubs.
GHALCA have expressed worry over the dissolution process by the government, despite an attempt to persuade government to back down on its decision failing.