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The acts of the referees depicted in the documentary included allegations of match-fixing and other activities...

Seventy-four members of the Referees Association of Ghana (RAG) have been temporarily suspended by the Association, following their implication in match-fixing scandals, in the wake of the documentary by ace investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, titled #Number12.

The Attorney General has since the airing of the Anas Expose, being involved in the process of dissolving the GFA.

GFA liquidation: 'Registrar yet to receive official documentation'

Madam Constance Takyi, Public Relations Officer of the Registrar of General Department, has said, they are yet to receive any official documentation that grants them the mandate to initiate the process of liquidating, which also involves the control of assets owned by the Ghana Football Association (GFA).

The completion of the contract depends on the talented 26-year old midfielder passing the appropriate medical and physical tests upon his arrival arrival in Albania.

Hearts of Oak announce Winful Cobbinah move to Albanian side KF Tirana

Zylofon Cash Premier League side, Accra Hearts of Oak, have reportedly reached a contractual agreement with Albanian side KF Tirana for the transfer of Winful Cobbinah.

The former BBC journalist argues that the said publication in the #Number12 documentary screened in July across the country put him across as a corrupt, fraudulent and crooked employee of the GFA.

GFA spokesperson slaps Anas with GH¢20 million suit

The Communications Director of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Ibrahim Sannie Daara has slapped Tiger Eye PI and investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas with a GH¢20 million defamatory suit.

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