A creative artwork by the Ghana Football Association has sparked claims of the cancellation of the season, less than 24 hours after the association confirmed the status remained same.
A message thanking existing sponsors and wishing they “continue working with the association in the coming season” has been interpreted as the season is over.
But the Ghana Football Association has moved quickly to clarify the misconception insisting the status quo remain the same.
Local media have interpreted the message from the association to its cherished sponsors as a declaration that the 2019/2020 season is over – but that interpretation appears to have fallen flat.
The Ghana FA confirmed on Wednesday that the season remain suspended amid the coronavirus pandemic as they seek for broader consultation before deciding on the future of the season.
The FA insist it does not have the power to decide the fate of the 2019/2020 season as it is Congress- the highest decision making body of the association, which is clothed with powers to make any such declaration.
The novel coronavirus has sparked a massive division among Ghanaian fans over the status of the current campaign amid calls for either a cancellation or a continuation of the season post Covid-19.