The GCA was in the midst of controversy after Pendse panel observed that the management committee of the Association itself was involved in printing the bogus tickets.
Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar told the State Legislative Assembly that the report has been accepted by the government and it has decided to process the same for further action.
The findings of the report, which was tabled on the floor of the House, during the ongoing session indicates that the Commission had recommended that Fadke, who was then the vice president, should not be participate in the management of the Association.
Pendse Commission had recommended that the Sports Authority of Goa (SAG) may reconsider withdrawing the recognition of GCA unless and until Fadke, along with then GCA president Dayanand Narvekar and another member, do not participate in the management of the Association.
In the recent developments, Narvekar was thrown out of the Association and has been indicted in the state government's inquiry committee. But Fadke has managed to get elected as the GCA president.
The ODI between India-Australia had witnessed unruly scenes outside the stadium when several thousand people holding bogus tickets turned up for the match.
The Pendse Commission which was formed to probe into the illegalities by the GCA has also recommended that SAG should withdraw recognition unless GCA pays the entire dues in respect of hiring of Nehru Stadium at Fatorda for ODI matches held on December 28, 1997 and April 6, 2001.