Players without a Ghana Card will not be registered for the 2022/23 season, according to the Ghana Football Association.
The Ghana Card is one of the prerequisites for teams to register their players for the upcoming season.
GFA announced that the registration and signing period for teams will begin on Friday, July 1, 2022.
Premier League, Division One League, and Women’s Premier League clubs can register their players and make transfer deals beginning next month, with the window closing in the middle of August.
The GFA’s 8 rules for the Registration and Transfer Window are as follows:
1. All queries for 2021/2022 season on the club’s dashboard when vetted after July 1, 2022, will revert to 2021/2022 season and therefore clubs will have to renew the registration of the players again for the 2022/2023 season.
2. Payment of registration licenses must be made before applications are submitted for vetting otherwise such applications shall not be vetted and shall be rejected in the system.
3. Wrong, fake, unreadable documents in their application, SHALL be rejected in the system.
4. The GHANA CARD shall be the only proof of identity for registration both renewals, transfers and new registration.
5. All transfers both domestic and international must be done in the TMS before registration can be completed in the registration system.
6. Clubs are to ensure that they check the player’s name in the system, before registering a player as a new player and taking full responsibility and consequences for the new registration.
https://92866a9f0f27175200db7228de178ff9.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-38/html/container.html 7. Club that refuses to release an amateur player to the new club, the GFA shall release the amateur player to the new club to ensure smooth registration of such a player.
8. Club that refuses to counter instruct a transfer request in the DTMS when there is a transfer agreement, the player involved will be declared free and all the benefits in the transfer agreement will be nullified.
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