The Ghana Football Association’s decision to allow only the Ghana Card to be used for player registration ahead of the 2022/23 season has been put on hold, the General Secretary, Prosper Harrison Addo, has revealed.
The GFA had already announced that the Ghana card will be the only document accepted for player registration for the forthcoming season.
Addo, however, said in an interview with Starr Sports that the decision to postpone the process was made because few players, technical staff, and other participants had yet to receive their Ghana cards.
“Yes, initially we had communicated to all clubs that the Ghana card will be solely used for player registration before the league commences,” he said.
“But we had to put it on hold because most of the people involved in this exercise don’t have their cards ready to use for the whole exercise.”
The 2022/23 season is expected to begin on the weekend of 9th to 12th September.
Source: Ghana News