GFA truncates 2019/2020 football season

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The Ghana Football Association has announced the cancellation of the 2019/2020 football season, ABC Sports can confirm.

Following an Executive Council meeting on Tuesday,  June 30, the Association considers this the best option in the interest of all stakeholders.

Football activities in Ghana have been suspended since March following the Coronavirus outbreak, leaving all leagues unfinished.

The development means that the Ghana Premier League season together with the Division One League, the Women’s League and the MTN FA Cup have all been cancelled.

The league will start afresh with same teams at a later date.

 

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