Clubs in the Ghana Premier League are agitating over the mode of disbursement of the COVID-19 relief funds.
The Ghana Football Association announced the disbursement of the COVID-19 relief fund to it's stakeholders on Thursday, with the eighteen Premier League clubs taking $270,000.
This has left clubs administrators unhappy, forcing a meeting between them and the GFA in the next few days.
President of Berekum Chelsea Nana Kwame Nketiah, one of the unhappy administrators insists the FA has some explanations to make.
"Unlike the Division One clubs, we want to meet the GFA Prez and his EXCO to ascertain the reasons behind the disbursement, we are not satisfied and need explanations but we want to take the right channel," Nana Nketiah told Berekum Chelsea.
"How do you give GHALCA $2000, we are the same clubs they want to help so why don't you give to us.
"I am pretty sure we will get more after our meeting with them."
The 2019/20 Ghana Premier League season has been cancelled following the outbreak of COVID-19 in the West African Nation.
The FA has proposed the second week of October as the best period for the return of the top-flight.