Two charges against B.A. United for forfeiture of matches due to failure to pay fines and cost to the GFA have been dismissed by the Disciplinary Committee.
The Club faced two charges for breaching of Articles 39(8)(b) and 34(1)(L) and Articles 39(8)(b) and 34(1)(L) of the GFA General Regulations.
For the first count, the DC ruled that it was baseless and amounts to abuse of the rules and regulations of the FA after B.A. United were charged for refusing to pay the fine of One Thousand and Five Hundred Ghana Cedis (GHc1,500) within the stipulated fourteen (14) days after the fine was communicated by the Ghana Football Association for the entire duration of this season.
In respect of count two which was also dismissed, B.A United were charged for the failure and refusal to pay the fine of Two Hundred Ghana Cedis (GHc200) within the stipulated fourteen (14) days after the fine was communicated for the entire second round of this season, as a result of a red card shown to their player, Charles Manu in their match against Techiman City FC played at Techiman in the first round.