The league was suspended 3 weeks ago after the demoted club took the Ghana Football Association to court over the unlawful demotion from the Ghana Premier League. AshantiGold SC had been found guilty for match fixing and hence the club was demoted to the division 2 league.
With this ruling, the Ghana Premier league is set to return and the stakeholders as well as sponsors will be briefed on when the matches will return.
In the space of the weeks in which games have been absent, several clubs have been engaged in friendly games with lower sides in order to build fitness and remain sharp. However, the Ghana Football Association is yet to announce when football matches will officially resume after the suspension.
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