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Ghana FA congress postponed at last minute
Kwesi Nyantakyi

The Ghana Football Association has decided to call off today's Ordinary Congress due to a court order.

The decision follows an interlocutory injunction placed on the Ghana FA by King Faisal on Thursday.

The Kumasi-based club secured the injunction at the Human Rights Unit of the Accra High Fast Track Court, restraining the FA from holding its congress to kick-start the season, until a case involving the club and Aduana Stars has been conclusively dealt with.

Ghana FA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi revealed at the Congress ground on Friday morning that the Executive Committee has decided against going ahead with the event.

“In consultation with my colleagues on the Executive Committee the decision is that in view of the pending situation and also not to keep you waiting since there seem not to be a clear solution in sight, this congress has been postponed sine die,” Nyantakyi said

“We respect the rights of all and wouldn’t want to trample on any legal land mine.

“We therefore have to call off this congress.”

King Faisal have been embroiled in a legal tussle with Aduana Stars over the latter’s legibility to play in the 2014/15 season for months.

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