There will be no Ghanaian clubs in the 2018/2019 CAF Champions League and CAF Confederations Cup competition.
The Ghana Football Normalization Committee announced during a meeting with club owners in the country at the Alisa Hotel in Accra on Thursday.
This comes after Ghana failed to meet the deadline provided by CAF to produce clubs who will represent the country in the Caf organized competition due to non football activities in the country.
Despite writing to CAF asking for more time to decide on the country’s participants, the Normalization Committee revealed to the the club owners that there will be no representative for Ghana for the upcoming event.
Football activities came to a halt in Ghana after the famous Anas Documentary making it impossible to present a representative for this years competition.
Aduana Stars and Asante Kotoko were the Ghanaian clubs that represented in the competition last season with Aduana playing in the Champions League after winning the Ghana Premier league whiles Kotoko played in the Confederations Cup.
Aduana made it to the group stage of the Champions league but failed to progress whiles Asante Kotoko exited the competition after the very first round, losing to Congolese Club CARA Brazzaville.
Ghana presents the league champions for the CAF Champions League campaign and the FA Cup winners for the Confederation Cup.