Ghana second-tier side Techiman City football club has issued a passionate letter, pleading with Ghana football association to reconsider their decision to ban them from all footballing activities for a year.
On September 18, the Executive Council of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) in the exercise of its powers under Article 39(n) of the GFA Statutes 2019 suspended Techiman City Football Club provisionally until the next Congress of the GFA for violating the Statutes of the Association.
Techiman City Football Club on Friday, August 28, 2020, issued a Writ against the GFA and filed an Ex-parte Motion against the GFA to place an interlocutory injunction on the recently held 26th Ordinary Congress of the Ghana Football Association.
It is very clear from the admission requirements under Article 13 and 16(1)(f) of the GFA Statutes 2019 that a member of the GFA will not take matters of interpretation and application of the FIFA, CAF and GFA Statutes, Regulations, decisions and directives to the ordinary courts, unless the FIFA Statutes or regulations, CAF Statutes or the GFA regulations, or binding national law, provide for a stipulate recourse to Ordinary courts.
Responding to the ban for the second time, the Techiman-based club has asked the FA to reconsider their decision.
Below is the letter: