Court gives GFA go ahead to start league

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A Human Rights court has ruled for the Ghana Football Association

(GFA) to proceed to congress and further start it's league season.

The domestic season has been delayed by a legal tussle between Kumasi

King Faisal and the GFA over a ruling the association's disciplinary

committee made in a case between Medeama Sporting Club and Aduana

Stars,the result of which sent the Kumasi base club into the second

tier of football.

After five court sittings,four verdicts on different issues and an

adjournment, the court finally lifted the injunction.

Monday's ruling lifted the injunction placed by King Fiasal on the

league attending it's annual congress but Allsports.com.gh understands

the substantive case will still be heard at a later date.

The GFA will write an undertaken to reinstate King Faisal if the final

ruling of the case goes in their favour.

Credit: Godfred Akoto Boafo, Allsports.com.gh

Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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