Former Hearts of Oak midfielder, Lawrence Adjei and 12 other footballers will on Thursday, April 12, appear before the Player Status Committee of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) in their quest for a floating status.
The speedster had been inactive this season after losing favour from the technical team of Hearts.
Adjei who will be enjoying his second stint at the Committee, joined the "Phobians" in 2001 when he was declared a free agent after an unsuccessful stint with Russian football outfit, Spartak Moscow.
A release issued by Kweku Ampim Darko, Deputy General Secretary of the GFA and copied to the GNA Sports named the other players as John Adjetey - Great Olympics, Abraham Oracca-Tetteh and Emmanuel Amenyo - Voradep, Ransford Amartey - King Solomon/Real Sportive, Emmanuel Nikoi Kotey - Baron FC and Eric Asomaning - King Solomon.
The rest are Bashiru Issah - Don Bosco FC, Henrietta Annie - Ayola Ladies, Mohammed Takiyudin - Feyenoord FC/King Faisal FC, Abdul Razak - Judy Bless FC, David Terpetey - Soccer Missionaries and Osman Aliu - Fantomas FC.
The release warned that the cases would be struck of if the players and Clubs fail to appear on the appointed date.