The Ghana Football Association’s Normalisation Committee has postponed the launch of the Special Competition with a new date set to be announced soon.
The launch of the new tournament was scheduled for Monday, 14th January 2019.
But following the decision by Premier League clubs to boycott the competition, the NC have postponed the launch and it is believed meetings are being held to address the current set back.
“The Ghana Football Association has rescheduled the launch of the GFA Special Competition. A new date for the launch will soon be announced. We sincerely apologize to our media friends and stakeholders for the inconvenience,” the GFA official handle tweeted.
The Ghana Football Association has rescheduled the launch of the GFA Special Competition.
A new date for the launch will soon be announced.
— Ghana Football Association (@ghanafaofficial) January 14, 2019
Sixty-four teams were expected to participate in the tournament including the Premier Division sides.