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CAS postpones the most awaited “JUDGEMENT DAY” ruling to September 1

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The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has for the second time postponed their ruling of the case between Wilfred Osei ‘Palmer’ and Ghana Football Association (GFA).

The ruling was expected to be made on Tuesday, August 4, 2020 after it was moved from July 17 but after hours of waiting, the verdict never came, paving way for speculations over the unusual delay.

This is the second time the scheduled date for the ruling has been moved however, CAS have communicated to the parties involved, their decision to extend the date.

Wilfred Osei Kwaku, appealed to CAS after he was disqualified from contesting the Ghana Football Association Presidency, by the Elections Committee of the Normalization Committee for failing integrity checks.

He was disqualified on two grounds: One was his failure to pay the 10% mandatory fee to the GFA following the transfer of his player Joseph Paintsil to Belgian side KRC Genk.

If Palmer wins the case, as part of the relieves he’s seeking, the results of the last FA presidential elections will be declared null and void for a fresh elections to be held.

Here is the statement from CAS:

 

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