The Ghana Football Association (GFA) after failing to meet CAF’s deadline date has requested two weeks extension to decide on the fate of the league season.
A deadline date of May 5 was set for all federations with nations such as Kenya, Angola, Guinea, and Burkina Faso all canceling their seasons.
However the Ghana Football Association is yet to come out with a definite decision contrary to rife reports about the football association canceling the season.
Communication Head of the GFA, Henry Asante Twum in an interview with Asempa FM said:
“We have sent CAF situational report which includes enough information about our game. We assured CAF we will give them a firm decision in two weeks.”
He continued: “CAF is always in touch with their member associations.”