The Ghana Football Association has been ordered by a court to halt all matches in the Ghana Premier League.
According to a statement revealed by the Ghana Football Association, this has become necessary after a motion was filed by Ashantigold SC. This is in relation to the suspension of Ashantigold from the Ghana Premier league and the demotion to Division 2.
The Ghana Football Association has assured that it will do everything possible to ensure that the league resumes on time. The Premier league has seen 3 matchday weeks since the start of the season and the clubs and players will be frustrated with this decision.
It can be noted that Ashantigold tried to place an injunction on the league before it started but that motion was not successful.
This is the second time in the last 5 years that the league has been brought to a halt after Great Olympics served the GFA with an injunction letter in the 2017/2018 season.
Read the statement below 👇🏽
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