The Ghana Football Association(GFA), has suspended its planned Super League Competition indefinitely following a meeting with Division One League Clubs on Friday, JoySports can report.
The football governing body has also cancelled officiating fees which were to be paid by the clubs and offered to give each club GHC 5,000 from the juvenile football sponsorship money from KGL.
According to sources, the planned Extraordinary Congress slated for December 21 at the Baba Yara stadium was mentioned during the meeting, with the GFA leadership requesting two weeks to conclude consultations with world football governing body, FIFA on the suggested articles in the statutes to be amended.
It is unclear why the Extraordinary Congress came up for discussion as the letter from the FA inviting the 48 division one league clubs said the meeting was to discuss the new football pyramid and how it will be funded.
But it appears the leadership of the football association made concessions in their bid to have some members review their intent for the congress.
According to some Intel picked by JoySports, some members have developed cold feet towards the congress next week, but efforts are being made to have every member grace the assembly as Friday’s meeting could not resolve some matters that require legal backing.
Conveners of the resolution of the extraordinary congress will meet to decide the next plan as they seek to review parts of the statutes put together by the now-defunct Normalisation Committee.