The Ghana Football Association has decided to suspend the start of the betPawa Premier League.
The motion was filed yesterday at the Human Rights High Court and served on the GFA's attorneys in the afternoon by the Obuasi-based club, which was demoted to Division Two League due to its participation in match manipulation.
The GFA in a statement said it has “decided to put the league on hold until the determination of a Motion on Notice for Injunction by the court on October 14, 2022.
"The GFA has since informed all partners, sponsors, and clubs of this decision.
“The Association wishes to urge all stakeholders – sponsors and partners and clubs who have invested in the league, players whose livelihood depends on the league, match officials, administrators, officials and supporters of the league and the clubs to remain calm.
The Association will exert every effort to ensure that the schedule is not unduly disrupted during this World Cup season and to seek compensation for the Premier League's prompt return.
This coming weekend, Matchday 4 of the Ghana Premier League was slated to begin.
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