The long wait for the ruling on the case between Wilfred Osei Kweku ‘Palmer’ and the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has been adjourned to August 4.
Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) was expected to release it’s ruling on the case on 17th July but stakeholders in the local will have to wait a bit longer.
Following his disqualification from the race to contest in the GFA presidential election last year, Wilfred Osei Kweku has challenged the decision by the Normalisation Committee (NC) led by Kofi Amoah.
Should CAS rule in favour of the Tema Youth boss, Kurt Okraku’s position as GFA president may be contested with the likelihood of fresh elections being held.
Ghana football in recent times has been engulfed in a state of uncertainty pending the ruling by the Adjudicatory body.
Osei Kweku Palmer was considered among favourites in the GFA presidential election last year but the renowned football administrator was disqualified due to issues relating to a player transfer from his club.