Unconfirmed reports reveal that the Normalisation Committee of the Ghana Football Association has granted the request by Kotoko and Medeama to represent Ghana in the CAF Confederations Cup and Champions League respectively.
This was disclosed after a close door meeting between the Committee and representatives of both clubs on Friday morning in Accra.
The media waves have been flagged with the issue of Ghanaian club representation all week long and finally the dust looks settled. The Management of Kumasi Asante Kotoko wrote a letter to the NC seeking their approval to represent Ghana in the Confederation’s Cup for 2019 based on their eligibility as defending champions of last MTN FA Cup.
Meanwhile Tarkwa based Medeama also satgged a campaign based on the fact that they were the league leaders just before football in Ghana was brought to a halt through the Anas expose. Thus their eligibility to play in the 2019 CAF Champions League.
Both clubs petitioned to the interim Ghana FA body after it was initially thrown out of the window during a consultative meeting in Accra last week.
Ghana has up to October 29 to submit candidates for the Confederations Cup and Champions League, and with Congress yet to be called by the Normalization Committee with the clubs,it remains to be seen whether or not Ghana can meet the deadline.