The Ghana Football Association (GFA) will respect any decision to come from the Court of Arbitration for Sport in the case involving the GFA and Tema Youth President Osei Kwaku Palmer.
Palmer was disqualified from contesting the GFA presidential elections organized by the Normalisation Committee in October last year and is at CAS to seek justice -in a similar way as he did in 2016 to win a landmark case against the Kwesi Nyantakyi-led GFA at the same body.
“We are waiting for the decision and we shall do as CAS decides. This is not the first time that GFA is involved at CAS and so we will follow whatever CAS says in this particular case also” Prosper Harrison Addo Esq. told Fox FM in Kumasi.
CAS was expected to announce a decision on 17th July but rescheduled it for August 4th.