GFA Executive Council Member, Nana Oduro Sarfo has urged other club officials to stop fighting over the FIFA COVID-19 relief fund.
Each Ghana Premier League club was allocated 15,000 dollars from the total of 1.8 million dollars made available to the GFA by FIFA and CAF to help mitigate the financial effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
But club owners say the amount given to the clubs is too small and urged the GFA to reconsider the distribution formula.
But the Berekum Chelsea Chief Executive wants clubs to stop making a fuss over the money.
“If FIFA had not given us the Covid-relief grant, what would club officials have done? This is a relief that was brought for us to share.
“FIFA does not give money for free, any money that comes from FIFA should be accounted for, he said in an interview with Citi Sports.
“They have reasons for giving money, and they have given us a Covid-relief document to read, which was sent to the E-mails of the clubs.
“In Page 6 of the document, FIFA details who should benefit from the relief, Oduro continued.
“FIFA audits everything that is done with the money.
“Even if we should say we are not sharing the money to any club again, the money we are going to get cannot run our clubs for us, he conluded.
The creation of the relief fund was announced by Fifa in March, when football across the globe was halted as a result of the pandemic.