Before the start of the 2019/2020 Ghana Premier League (GPL) season, the Ghana Football Association (GFA) gave out a GHC50,000 loan to the various GPL clubs.
GHC25,000 of the GHC50,000 loan was however waived off by the GFA due to the COVID-19 outbreak back in March, which meant each club was left with GHC25,000 to pay.
However, following a decision taken by the GFA Executive Council (EC) the remaining amount has been halved again, meaning each of the 18 GPL clubs will now have to pay GHC12,000 to the GFA.
The EC made the decision to half the remaining amount to aid the various clubs in mitigating the financial difficulties they have faced during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The remaining GHC12,000 owed will be deducted from any sponsorship secured by the GFA in relation to the Premier League.