The country’s football governing body has finally adhered to the pressure from Ghanaians and has set a date to meet the Wonder Club on how to deal with the court injunction
Ghana Football Association has written to ‘litigants’ Great Olympics to meet them on Friday in a bid to settle the legal tussle between the two parties.
Olympics on Tuesday placed an injunction on the kickoff of the Ghana Premier League, after their cases against Elmina Sharks and Bechem United over unqualified players were thrown out, leading to their confirmation as a relegated club after a Congress last week.
Although, reports earlier suggested that Ghana FA were bent on playing the league this weekend, they later wrote to the 16 clubs that the opening games have been postponed until further notice in order to avoid contempt of court.
Ghana FA then met the counsel of Olympics at the Accra High Court on Thursday and, the case has been adjourned to March 15, further frustrating the football association and their sponsors in particular.
According to AshesGyamera‘s sources, the GFA organised an emergency committee meeting on Thursday to discuss the way forward of the top-flight but alleged supporters of Olympics stormed the place to bring it to an abrupt end since they believe they wanted to play smart on their club and go contrary to the law.