Techiman City have withdrawn their case at the Accra High Court against Ghana Football Association, paving way for the weekend's premier league games to take place as scheduled.
Techiman, who were relegated from the top-flight last season, filed a case against Berekum Chelsea in October for allegedly using an unqualified player in the final game of the previous campaign which confirmed their relegation to the second-tier.
However, they lost the case at both the disciplinary and appeal committees and further petitioned the review committee for a new hearing which was not called.
“This weekend all the clubs will honour their respective Ghana Premier League matches across the country. Techiman City owner Micky Charles has withdrawn their court case against the football association," Communication director of Ghana FA Ibrahim Sannie Daara told Kessben FM.
"We were at the court this morning as required by law to defend the football association only to be told that Techiman City have decided not to continue with the case. Initially, they wanted court to place an injunction on the ongoing premier league as a result of the case they have with Chelsea.’’
Following the latest development, Techiman will play in the zone one of the division one league which kicks off on February 26 alongside clubs like BA United, Bofoakwa Tano, Berekum Arsenal.