Ghana Premier League clubs have rescinded their decision to boycott this month’s Special Committee after reaching an agreement with the Normalisation Committee.
This was after another a crunch meeting on Tuesday in Accra to sort out their differences.
Last week, the top officials sixteen clubs in the country withdrew their participation over the financial package for the three-month competition.
A 20,000 Ghana cedis appearance was deemed woefully inadequate too play in 8 matches and that led to the standoff.
Both parties returned to the negotiation table and have reached a deal.
A new format will be revealed soon with the competition expected to start in February.
The Normalisation Committee was instituted by FIFA following the airing of the ‘Number 12’ video by Anas Aremeyaw Anas which unravelled the rot in Ghana football in June 2018.