The Leadership of the Ghana Football Association have been caught in a tight corner going into the executive council’s crunch meeting today.
The Football Association have shown signs it is not ready to cancel the 15 week old league competition after they issued several warnings to media organisations that alleged the FA has canceled it.
The Football Association gave the June 30 deadline after its May meeting which required them to issue a wayford response to CAF.
With the Ghana Government setting July 31 as its timelines for resumption of contact sports, the Government’s Advisor on Health also hinted on a September deadline for the lifting of the ban on Football.
The FA at this stage are entangled whether to cancel the season or to leave it open for up to when the Government opens up for play.
The FA has sent its proposal to Government seeking to continue the season, a proposal the government has not positively responded.
The leadership of the club’s are currently divided as to the future of the season, with many opting for a cancellation of the entire season.