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Ghana Premier League to play Special Competition after meeting NC

Ghana Premier League clubs have made a u-turn as they get ready to compete in the Special Competition.

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The 16 Ghana Premier League clubs unanimously withdrew from the Special Competition organized by the FIFA Normalisation Committee after they expressed grave concern over the format of the competition.

The clubs kicked against the decision by the interim football governing body to directly pay match bonuses to players.

They also rejected the decision to hold a 64-team tournament, including second and third-tier clubs, with the winner and runners-up will represent the country in the Caf inter-club competitions next season.

The 16 clubs have rescinded their decision not to compete in the Special Competition which is made up of clubs in the Ghana Premier League and the National Division One League and Division Two League

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It understood that after the clubs’ meeting with the Normalisation Committee, the format for the competition will be altered. 

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