The Ghana Football Association (GFA) is in a tricky situation as it has to make a decision on what to do next in light of the court injunction served by the AshantiGold Soccer Club. The GFA must consider the various options available to it and make a decision that is in the best interest of not only the AshantiGold Soccer Club but all the soccer fans across the country who are eagerly awaiting the commencement of the BetPawa Premier League for this season 2023-2024.
One option the GFA could consider is to reach a compromise with the AshantiGold Soccer Club and try to resolve the issue amicably. This would allow the league to begin as planned and satisfy the interests of both parties. The GFA could also consider engaging in mediation or arbitration to try and resolve the dispute. Alternatively, the GFA could seek a court ruling from the appropriate body to decide the matter.
Another option available to the GFA is to postpone the commencement of the BetPawa Premier League for this season 2023-2024 until the court case is determined. This would allow the GFA to comply with the court injunction and not risk any legal action being taken against it. However, this would be highly disappointing for soccer fans across the country who are eager to see the commencement of the league.
The GFA should also consider the potential financial implications of its decision. If the league does not commence as planned, the GFA could suffer significant financial losses. On the other hand, if the GFA decides to go ahead with the commencement of the league despite the court injunction, it could face legal action from the AshantiGold Soccer Club and possibly other stakeholders.
At the end of the day, the GFA must make a decision that is in the best interest of all stakeholders involved. It should consider all the available options and the potential implications of each option before making a decision.
Below is the injunction notice