The West Africa Football Academy (WAFA) has decided not to participate in any competitions hosted by the Ghana Football Association (GFA), thus there is fire on the mountain.
Last season, WAFA played in the Ghana Premier League (GPL), however they were relegated and were set to play in the Division One League.
Our sources claim that the squad has now formally informed the GFA of its desire to avoid participation in the lower-tier competition.
This comes after the Division One League (DOLdecision )’s to force the club to move from DOL Zone Two to Zone Three by forcing them to play their home matches at Gomoa Fetteh.
The league’s organizers have been approached by WAFA to explain why games should be held at their Sogakope facility, but they have refused and forced the team to leave the second-tier competition.
The majority of the club’s players are students, thus going to school and moving to Gomoa Fetteh won’t necessarily be to their advantage.
It is yet unknown what the club’s potential outcomes will be, but they have formally informed the GFA that they would no longer take part in any competitions.
After their six-year stint in the elite league came to an end last season, sources claim that the club’s owners are now prepared to run WAFA solely as an academy for the training and selling of players.