ZCPL side Aduana Stars who are playing in the Confederations Cup, have decided to break camp after the GFA halted all football-related activities in the country.
The current Premier League champions could be affected by the halt in Ghana football as they are playing in the Confederations Cup.
The Ogya Boys have begun the group stages in the tournament and will hope to qualify for the next stage.
They have four outstanding matches in the ongoing Zylofon Cash Premier League but will not be able to honour those games until the ban is lifted.
The management, technical team and playing body have been given a short break from today to Monday 18th June, 2018 to enable them relax and come back much rejuvenated. They will resume training on Monday at 3:00pm. Together we made it. ADUANA! OGYA!! pic.twitter.com/DAi3nhWz3P— Aduana Stars Football Club (@AduanaStarsFc) June 13, 2018
Reports indicate that more Premier League clubs could break camp after the latest development in Ghana Football.