The Ghana Football Association is adamant in the cancellation of the suspended season, and maintains it will take firm decision on June 30.
The Football Association in a letter addressed to its members emphasized the need to continue deliberations with all stakeholders before a final decision is taken.
The FA stressed that, it is still engaging key stakeholders including WAFU, CAF and FIFA and Ghana’s COVID-19 medical team.
“As you are aware in our previous engagements, the executive council gave on or before June 30, 2020 as the deadline to take a decision on the league after considering all factors”.
“We continue to engage all key stakeholders including WAFU, CAF, and FIFA at both the committees ,General Secretaries and the president’s levels to ensure to ensure that our Association is at the forefront of all the discussions on the season and possible resumption dates for Football”
The FA insist, going by the deliberations, and conviction, it would have enough information to take firm decisions by June 30.
“We are firm in our conviction that by June 30, 2020, we would have gathered enough information to aid us in our decision making”.