Ghana League remains suspended as Judge adjourn AshantiGold SC and GFA case to October 20

A Judge at the Human Rights High Court in Accra has adjourned the injunction application filed against the Ghana Football Association (GFA) by AshantiGold SC to next Thursday, October 20, 2022.

This means, the betPawa Premier League remains suspended until a final determination of the case.

The Judge, could not arrive at a decision at today’s hearing after the case was called with both parties present at the court.

AshantiGold SC suffered demotion to the regional second division league after being found guilty of match manipulation in the 2020/21 league season by a Disciplinary Committee hearing of the GFA.

According to the ruling, the Miners manipulated the result of their Matchday 34 encounter with Inter Allies FC at the Len Clay Stadium at Obuasi.

AshantiGold SC took the case to the Human Rights High Court for redress after their appeal against the decision was rejected by the FA’s Appeal Committee.

The betPawa Premier League competition is three matches old, but it has been put on hold following the court action taken by AshantiGold SC.

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