An Accra High Court has set October 25 as the date to heart Ashanti Gold’s motion for an injunction on the Ghana Premier League.
Ashanti Gold has been granted permission to file a supplementary affidavit but have until end of Thursday to do so.
The two parties were at the Accra High court last Friday, October 14, for the first hearing of the case but a decision was made to adjourn the case after the Ghana Football Association’s lawyers argued that the lawyers of AshGold did not follow due process in filing the supplementary affidavit and prayed the court to dismiss it.
The league was suspended in late September and has not restarted since.
This case arose after the GFA demoted AshantiGold to the Division Two League following accusations of match fixing in their 7-0 win over Inter Allies during the 2020/21 season.