The Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA) has called for an emergency meeting to deliberate on issues to ensure that the interest of its members are protected during this period.
Earlier this week, GHALCA met to discuss a way forward after Government had disclosed in a release that they are taking steps to dissolve the Ghana Football Association (GFA) which had also been exposed in the Number 12 video for rot in terms of bribery and corruption.
After the meeting, GHALCA set up a seven member to meet with the Minister for the Ministry of Youth and Sports, Honorable Isaac Asiamah to try and persuade Government from dissolving the GFA but rather find a means to go about things that will not have great effect on the clubs in the country.
The 7-man team consisting Kudjoe Fianoo (Leader), Kweku Eyiah, George Afriyie, George Amoako, Ernest Kuffour, Nana Sam Brew Butler and Wilson Arthur could not achieve their purpose as they were told to go and wait as Government put in measures to sanitize the GFA.
The Attorney General, Madam Gloria Akuffo just last Tuesday secured an injunction from an Accra High Court to put an injunction on the FA to halt all football related activities for ten days. Following that injunction and Government setting up an interim committee to steer the affair of the FA, GHALCA led by their chairman, Kudjoe Fianoo has summoned all club owners, Chief Executive Officers or representatives to meet on Monday the 18th of June for an Emergency Meeting to look at the way forward.
Below is a statement signed by the Chairman of GHALCA Kudjoe Fianoo;