In a shocking turn of events, Ashantigold Sporting Club has taken legal action against the Ghana Football Association, effectively putting a halt to the upcoming betPawa Premier League and the start of the football season.
With an interlocutory injunction granted by the High Court on Civil Procedure, all plans for the league must be suspended until a final resolution is reached in court.
In the realm of Ghanaian football, Ashantigold Sporting Club stands as the third-most prosperous club in the nation. However, recent events have seen the club face a challenging battle for justice, as they have been forced to turn to the Civil Court for remedy after exhausting all internal legal avenues.
This move comes as a response to the suspension imposed by the GFA Executive Council, which was later accepted by the Kumasi Ordinary Congress, leaving the former champions discontent and seeking redress through legal means.
Read the interlocutory injunction below: