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Ghana faces FIFA’s wrath if government FAILS to terminate legal proceedings to dissolve GFA

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World football governing body FIFA has warned the government to withdraw the court proceedings to dissolve the Ghana Football Association by Monday, 27 August, 2018 or face its wrath.

Local media reports claim FIFA has forwarded the letter to the Sports Ministry and that is rattling cages.

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Read: Executive Committee heads to Supreme Court over attempts to dissolve GFA

If the authorities fail to comply with this latest directive, Ghana would be handed a worldwide ban, meaning no club or national team can compete in international competitions.

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Football in the country came to a halt in June after an Accra High Court granted an application by the Attorney General to enable government dissolve the local football governing body.

Read: Court appoints Registrar of Companies to manage GFA dissolution

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The Attorney General headed following an explosive revelation by investigative journalist Anas Armeyaw where some officials and referees were caught on tape taking bribes.

Source: ghanasoccernet.com


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