The crisis rocking the Ghana Football Association (GFA) may not abate soon as parallel trends between Ghana government and Ghalca have come up with different resolutions.
According to sources Ghana government has appointed an interim committee to administer Ghana Football.
"Govt has named an Interim Committee to oversee football affairs. That membership includes NO current member of GFA."
The source added: "Government will accordingly hold a press conference soon and is NOT ready to backtrack on decision to dissolve GFA.
Reports say Ghana Government has no confidence in "football people" and holds on its stance that the GFA should be dissolved.
" Ghana government has written to FIFA on its decision to dissolve entire Association and FIFA has responded and is not ready to deal with any GFA member."
In another development, The Ghana league Clubs Association (Ghalca) Chairman Kudjoo Fianoo believes "football people" should be allowed to resolve the corruption scandals erupted in Ghana football with Anas and Tiger Eye PI exposé.
"As football administrators, we are the foundation of football management and administration, and need to take steps to resolve the issue."
Ghalca on Monday constituted seven-member committee to meet Sport Minister Isaac Asiamah in Accra to deliberate on the crisis in Football.
“Being that there is corruption scandal and crisis in Ghana football, we deem it fit to converse with the minister and suggest the way forward,’’ Fianoo said.
The Ghana League Clubs association on Monday evening met with the sports ministry in Accra as information gathered by Ghanaguardian indicates the meeting ended in a deadlock and is scheduled to continue Tuesday.
The Nyantayi-led administrations was dissolved by Government after undercover investigator Anas Aremeyawu Anas exposé in Ghana Football.
By: Sadat Apusi