The normalization Committee of the Ghana Football Association have today, December 4 reached an agreement with the various division clubs in the country to resume football activities.
Football-related activities have been suspended since June after the erstwhile football association executive committee was disbanded due to an expose into football corruption in Ghana.
Insiders say the committee, after a meeting with the clubs, have agreed to have a stop-gap competition between the first week of January and end in June before rolling out a full calendar for the 2019/2020 league season due to the AFCON.
However, the competition which is yet to be named will have the Premier League Clubs as well as the Division One League Clubs as participants.
JUST IN: Domestic Football in Ghana to resume in first week of January. Season will end in June before Afcon as Normalisation Committee reaches agreement with clubs today.— Saddick Adams Obama (@SaddickAdams) December 4, 2018
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