Delayed Greater Accra Division Two League suffer yet another postponement

Greater Accra FA chairman Eddie Doku

The Greater Accra Regional Division Two League has suffered yet another postponement primarily due to the inability of clubs to secure player licenses.

This will be the second time the youth league which was originally scheduled to commence on the weekend of May 19-21, 2017 has had to be rescheduled.

Most of the clubs in the four Zones are yet to secure the licenses of their players.

Some are eve yet to settle affiliation fee which is pegged at GHs 200.00.

The Greater Accra RFA keeps notifying clubs on the need to make all due payments including the settling of Officiating fee to enable the League Board make concrete arrangements for the start of the league.

These issues have been the cause for the delay of the Division Two League in successive years.

The Greater Accra RFA however insists it will proceed to commence the competition on 10th June regardless of all outstanding issues which could open clubs up to litigation once the competition starts.

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