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Ghana FA Shows NFF The Way, Distributes COVID-19 Relief Funds To Clubs

Ghana FA Shows NFF The Way, Distributes COVID-19 Relief Funds To Clubs

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) have shown the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) the true meaning of transparency after distributing COVID-19 relief funds among the nation’s clubs.

The GFA on Wednesday announced the payment plan of the FIFA and CAF Relief Funds to their various stakeholders with the Ghana Premier League (GPL) clubs having already received payments.

Premier clubs are expected to receive $15,000 from the FIFA fund of which the first tranche of $10,000 would be disbursed immediately whilst division one clubs would receive $5,000 out of which $7000 would be distributed quickly.

$2000 has been allocated to GHALCA. In Nigeria, though, the reverse is the case as the NFF are still deliberating on how to share the funds among various clubs in Nigeria.

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The Ghana Football Association has published an accountability of how they distributed the COVID Relief funds

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The GFA letter to Ghanian clubs

NFF president, Amaju Pinnick said on Thursday that they will provide support for Clubs in the Nigeria Professional Football League, Nigeria National League, Nigeria Women Football League and the Nigeria Nationwide League for next season’s football campaign.

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And that is as a result of challenges that have arisen from the COVID-19 pandemic. He further said that the NFF was expecting a total sum of $1million from world football-governing body, FIFA and another $500,000 from the African confederation, CAF.

“We would take from these various monies and add also from monies that we are expecting from our corporate partners and see what we can give to each of the Clubs in these four cadres.

“This financial support is for them to get their campaigns off the ground for the new season that we have set for September/October, depending on what signals we get from the Federal Government, through the Presidential Task Force on the COVID-19 and other relevant organs.

“We are also going to support the league organising bodies financially.”

Although he added that the football body has written to the Government to also support the cause, he admitted that the Government is presently burdened by so many challenges wrought by the COVID-19 and it could be a tall order.

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