The man who had vowed to stop the commencement of the 2015/16 Ghana Premier League season with an interlocutory injunction is yet to abandon the project.
Babia Alhassan has revealed plans to halt the progress of the campaign once it gets to the second round.
Following pressure from his team of lawyers, he had to withdraw his case to allow the kickoff of the season, after months of delay.
However, Alhassan says he intends to resume the struggle because he is not satisfied with the management of Ghana Football Association.
“I actually sent the injunction but my lawyers told me to hold on till the second round since the kickoff of the league had delayed,” he said.
“We are all interested in the development of Ghana football so I accepted what my lawyers told me. But we shall halt the league with the injunction after the first round.”
The Ghana Premier League is currently in Match Day 8, set to hold by midweek. The second round will begin early June.
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