Players without Ghana Card won’t be registered for 2022/23 season – GFA

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The Ghana Card is one of the requirements for groups to enroll their players for the impending season.

GFA reported that the enrollment and marking period for groups will start on Friday, July 1, 2022.

Head League, Division One League, and Women's Premier League clubs can enlist their players and make move bargains starting one month from now, with the window shutting in August.

The GFA's 8 guidelines for the Registration and Transfer Window are as per the following:

1. All questions for 2021/2022 season on the club's dashboard when checked after July 1, 2022, will return to 2021/2022 season and subsequently clubs should restore the enrollment of the players again for the 2022/2023 season.

2. Installment of enrollment licenses should be made before applications are submitted for reviewing any other way such applications will not be checked and will be dismissed in the framework.

3. Off-base, phony, disjointed archives in their application, SHALL be dismissed in the framework.

4. The GHANA CARD will be the main confirmation of character for enrollment the two restorations, moves and new enlistment.

5. All moves both homegrown and global should be finished in the TMS before enrollment can be finished in the enlistment framework.

6. Clubs are to guarantee that they really look at the player's name in the framework, prior to enlisting a player as another player and assuming total ownership and ramifications for the new enrollment.

Club that will not deliver a novice player to the new club, the GFA will deliver the beginner player to the new club to guarantee smooth enrollment of such a player.

8. Club that won't counter teach an exchange demand in the DTMS when there is an exchange understanding, the player included will be proclaimed free and every one of the advantages in the exchange arrangement will be invalidated.

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