Sports activities News of Tuesday, 4 August 2020
Source: Ghana Soccernet
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The Ghana Football Association (GFA) president Kurt Okraku statements he is not bothered about the pending verdict of the Courtroom of Arbitration for Athletics (CAS) concerning the scenario offered by Wilfred Osei Palmer.
The Tema Youth bankroller dragged the Soccer Affiliation to CAS above what he deemed unfair disqualification from contesting the 2019 GFA presidential election which Kurt Okraku gained.
The verdict was scheduled to be announced on July 17 nonetheless, CAS pushed the date to August 4.
Ahead of the pronouncement of the verdict, the GFA manager reported he is fairly targeted on how shortly soccer will resume.
“I am not bothered about CAS’ verdict concerning the circumstance introduced by Palmer, I am rather concentrated on how shortly soccer will be resumed. So I am not concerned about the situation at all,” Kurt advised Max FM.
He added, “As now marks a further milestone in SWAG, I am glad about the euphoria around it and I am even happy about the action taken by him [Wilfred Osei Palmer]. He noticed a trouble and he took to it to a increased entire body to request for redress, I see that as his suitable.
“So we depart things as it is due to the fact CAS stated they will problem their verdict tomorrow. So we are all ready for tomorrow. We just have to be affected individual and in the end, soccer will be the final winner”.
”It is correct that the verdict is very first offered to the parties very first but for now I are unable to share any facts with the result, he extra.
“I will not remark on whatsoever Palmer has posted on twitter about the scenario. If CAS has supplied its verdict, I don’t feel I have to go forward of them to say everything.
“What my emphasis is on is the repositioning of Ghana football and we all know how tricky issues have been. We will need a good deal of effort to bring back the appreciate so I consider we shouldn’t be overly focused on one case, there are a whole lot of difficulties to concentrate on.
“So what ever the selection of CAS will be, soccer will have to go on to develop in the nation.”
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