On 1st July 2021, Ghana’s second-tier side Phar Rangers Football club challenged the Ghana Football Association discipline committee ruling banning the club its directors and shareholders for Five (5) years over misconduct.
The division one side was sanctioned on 30th June 2021 for breaching rules regarding withdrawal from FA organized competitions.
According to the Discipline Committee, the Mampong based club broke article 13 (1) of division one league regulations and with clause (2) which gives power to the committee applied clause (3) of the quoted article.
A day after the verdict Saka Hamid operations manager of the club said “Yes we’ve appealed the ruling, we did that yesterday” he told Halftimegh.com
However, a source close to this postal has disclosed that the Appeals Committee has not sat on the case because they’ve not received any document from Phar Rangers challenging the discipline committee’s verdict.
Interesting time ahead.