Football activities in Ghana could resume soon following a meeting between FIFA/CAF Normalisation Committee and the Ghana League Clubs Association(GHALCA) on Tuesday evening.
The Ghana Premier League and other domestic competitions are on suspension following the airing of the Anas Aremeyaw Anas expose in June.
However, in a joint statement released after the meeting, the two parties stated they “recognize the need to resume football activities in Ghana and most especially the welfare of players.”
They also agreed to develop a competition to keep players active in the absence of the Ghana Premier League.
Below is the full statement
The Normalization Committee and the Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA) met on 26th September, 2018 to discuss the way forward for Ghana Football.
Both parties recognize the need to resume football activities in Ghana and most especially the welfare of players.
The meeting also unanimously agreed on the development of a Competition. Once developed, details will be announced.
Both parties wish to reassure football loving Ghanaians that their game will be back with the excitement and professionalism that it deserves.
MRS. LUCY QUIST KUDJOE FIANOO
(VICE PRESIDENT, NORMALIZATION COMMITTEE) (CHAIRMAN, GHALCA)