Matchday One will draw a line under the unhappiest period in Ghana's footballing history after an expose that shook the nation to the core.
The Referees Association of Ghana (RAG) has exonerated 14 and suspended or banned 61 referees due to a lack of evidence of corruption against them.
CAF has banned eight more Ghanaian football officials as the fallout from an undercover exposé into widespread corruption continues.
It has been the most chaotic month in Ghana football and, ominously for clubs, officials and fans, there seems to be no immediate end in sight.
The Ghana Football Association says it is looking into claims of corruption against several referees, officials and its president, Kwesi Nyantakeyi.
Ghanaian football has been rocked by a documentary alleging wide-ranging corruption, with the GFA's head heavily implicated.