The judicial and other key committees of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) will begin meetings online as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
With all competitions indefinitely suspended and the GFA Secretariat still closed to the general public, some Standing and Ad-Hoc Committees have been unable to hold regular meetings.
The association has however agreed to allow the key committees to hold online meetings on various pertinent issues.
In a statement by the GFA, clubs, players, officials, intermediaries and licensed match agents were asked to apply for their cases to be heard through the Player Status Committee and all judicial bodies in accordance with the association’s statutes and regulations.
“In this regard, clubs, players, officials, intermediaries, licensed match agents are duly notified that applications can be made to the Player Status Committee and all judicial bodies (Disciplinary Committee, Ethics Committee and Appeals Committee) in accordance with the GFA statutes and regulations,” parts of the statement said.
“Accordingly, representations made through Statements shall be deemed final and conclusive of the factual and legal basis of their cases,” it added.