Embattled presidential aspirant for the GFA, Wilfred Kwaku Osei, has seen his request for an injunction on the FA’s elections rejected by the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS).
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The Court of Arbitration for Sports, however, noted that the substantive case raised by Osei will be heard at a later date.
“The application for provisional and conservatory measures filed by Wilfred Kwaku Osei on 14 October 2019 is rejected.
“The costs of this Order shall be determined in the final award or any final disposition of this arbitration,” a statement signed by Corrine Schmidhauser, President of the Appeals Arbitration Division said.
Wilfred Osei, popularly known as Palmer, was disqualified by the Normalisation Committee for failing to pay a 10% commission on a player sale in 2018.
The Tema youth bankroller took the matter to CAS to secure an injunction of the GFA presidential elections.
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But the decision by CAS on Friday, October 25, 2019, paves way for the presidential elections.
The Extraordinary Congress of the GFA comes off on Friday, October 25, 2019, at the College of Physicians and Surgeons in Accra.
Meanwhile, Osei Plamer, has released a statement accepting the Court of Arbitration for Sports ruling.
"Team Palmer respects the decision of CAS not to grant our application for provisional and conservatory on the GFA presidential elections."
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According to Prof. Adei, GRA wants to bring back an old practice that saw the authority reward persons who reported tax defaulters.
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