The injunction case filed against the 2022/23 Ghana Premier League by demoted side AshantiGold SC has been dismissed by an Accra High Court.
The decision by the former Ghana Premier League champions follows their dissatisfaction over the GFA Disciplinary Committee decision to demote the club to Division 2 after they were found guilty of match manipulation at the end of the 2020/21 season.
The club was subsequently suspended by the GFA for continuously dealing with its suspended officials.
Meanwhile, on Thursday, September 29, 2022, Ashantigold resorted to court and placed injunction on the league leaving the GFA with no option than putting the league on suspension.
However, after a back-and-forth of the case, the court presided over by HerLordship Barbara Tetteh-Charway, in her ruling on Tuesday, October 25, ruled in the favour of the GFA.
The ruling therefore awarded a cost of GHC20,000 to the Ghana Football Association. It means the remaining games of the suspended 2022/2023 betPawa Premier League can resume.
Meanwhile, the Ghana Football Association is yet to issued official communique of the decision to the various clubs.