The Ghana Football Association have rescinded their decision on restricting clubs from filming their matches following a stakeholders meeting with the Chief Executive Officers of the various eighteen clubs in the country’s top-flight.
It would be recalled that the Ghana Football Association in a letter signed by the General Secretary, Prosper Harrison Addo Esq. stressed their stance on restricting clubs from filming their games much to the chagrin of Kumasi-based heavyweights Asante Kotoko, who had entered a partnership agreement with Veo technology.
Kotoko, the record holders of the Ghanaian top-flight, agitated when they were told they could not film their games despite making payments and seeking clearance from the federation.
The Porcupine Warriors who were hell-bent on ensuring the association yielded a back-and-forth with the GFA led to a meeting been scheduled on Monday November 23 2020.
According to multiple reports in the media, yesterday’s meeting saw the GFA give the greenlight to clubs subject to approval to film their games for non-commercial purposes.
However the finality to the matter and access to inner perimeter has been referred to the GFA Executive Council.