The Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA) has proposed an 18-league system next season to curtail the raging legal tussle that has delayed the start of countryâ€™s top-flight league.
Members of GHALCA discussed the proposal during an emergency meeting on Tuesday in the wake of the continuous delay of the commencement of the First Capital Plus Premier League.
The Ghana FA want to reach a compromise with King Faisal for out an court of settlement after the Kumasi-based side dragged the FA to the Accra High court.
The litigation has delayed the start of the Ghana Premier League and putting the calendar of the Premier League Board off board.
The move according to reports generated massive debate during the meeting which ended inconclusive.
GHANAsoccernet.com understands that majority members of the clubâ€™s umbrella body kicked against the proposal which is expected to be tabled before congress.
There is no sight in end for the legal battle between King Faisal and the Ghana FA putting the calendar of both the federation and the clubs into disarray.
Clubs have started complaining bitterly about the financial burden which has been brought due to the delay in the start of the top-flight league.