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Government should fund players et al salaries following the GFA dissolution - Takyi Arhin Featured

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The Chief Executive Officer of Eleven Wonders Takyi Arhin has itched government to fund players, coaches and others salaries following the dissolution of the Ghana Football Association.
 
An investigative company called Tiger Eye PI on Wednesday, June 6, 2018, exposed some corrupt FA officials being captured in a rampant documentary.
 
Later, President Nana Akuffo-Addo ordered for the dissolution of the Ghana FA.
 
Government now seek to use the appropriate legislative procedures (Act 180 section 4.2c), which gives the mandate to liquidate the GFA.
 
Yesterday, the High Court banned the FA officials to restrain from performing their duties following Attorney General’s application.
 
The Court's decision could be government’s biggest step to dissolve the Football Association.
 
Eleven Wonders CEO Takyi Arhin, who was very critical of the former FA president Kwesi Nyantakyi's administration, has urged the government to fund the players and coaches salaries in their quest to dissolve the GFA.
 
"We (Club CEO's) pay players and coaches salaries. Apart from that, we also settle their bills," Takyi Arhin said.
 
"The players salaries should be funded by the government if the GFA is dissolved," he continued. 
 
"Players can easily get rust when there are no competitive matches to be played," he added.
 
All football related activities has been halted following government decision to liquidate the Ghana Football Association.
 
By: Augustus Opoku
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