The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has thrown out a case brought before it by Wilfred Osei Kwaku (Palmer) to nullify the Ghana FA election.
Palmer was disqualified from contesting the FA presidential race in October 2019 for allegedly breaching financial regulations following the transfer of a player of his club.
He therefore sought refuge at CAS to overturn the decision for fresh election to be held once he is declared eligible.
However, in its September 1, 2020 ruling, CAS backed the disqualification of Palmer from contesting the GFA presidential race, giving credence to the current leadership structure at the football power house.
Details of the ruling below:
Source: Daily Mail GH