The Appeals Committee of the Ghana Football Association has lifted the two-year ban on Techiman City FC, Berekum Arsenals FC, Okyeman Planners FC and New Edubiase FC from participating in the MTN FA Cup Competition.
The Appeals Committee considered the consolidated depositions of the four clubs and decided to uphold the decision of the Disciplinary Committee’s earlier ruling except the two-year ban on all four clubs from participating in the MTN FA Cup.
According to the Appeals Committee, “the onset and impact of the Covi-19 pandemic which led to the suspension of the League itself makes this 2-year ban unsupportive and unsustainable”.
However, all four Clubs shall pay a fine of GHc5000 each as stated in the decision of the Disciplinary Committee in its decisions.
Credit: Ghana Football Association
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