The Ghana Football Association has communicated to the Confederation of African Football, CAF that it will make a decision on the fate of the 2019-20 football season in the next two weeks.
This follows an initial communique from CAF to the GFA and all member associations requesting for updates on the current state of affairs and the next line of action concerning the various national leagues and domestic cup competitions amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The future of football worldwide has always hanged on a thread ever since the COVID-19 outbreak brought football activities to a standstill.
CAF requested for updates and decisions from members to be able to prepare ahead for next season’s inter-club competitions and gave a timeline of May 5 to get a response.
As Ghanaian football connoisseurs worry that the GFA has failed to meet the deadline, Henry Asante-Twum, the association’s communications director has moved in to allay such fears.