The Ghana Football Association says they plan to take legal action against First Capital Plus Bank for its abrogation of the contract over the Ghana Premier League.
The bank unilaterally reneged on its its five-year sponsorship deal with the Premier League last year citing internal restructuring as the main reason.
The Premier League Board (PLB) chairman, Ashford Tettey-Oku had told the Graphic Sports that the FA were not happy after the bank’s re-branding because they expected to be contacted to resume the deal.
"In any signed contract, there are provisions for issues of grievances and legalities, so if the first round of the league has ended and there is still nothing concrete about the sponsorship, then the final destination of the case will be the courts," Tettey-Oku said.
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He gave the hint that the legal board of the FA will be opting to go to court.