Legon Cities goaltender Fatau Dauda has praised the Ghana Football Association’s intention for resuming football in Ghana.

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) released a suggested plan to commence football in October, but it has not been handed over to the government for approval yet.

The ‘ready to play’ intention, thus will see games shown on Television with the Ghana Premier League teams put into two zones. “I think the Corona virus has made the GFA learn some lessons so moving forward they will put good things in place to ensure a successful league”, he told Citi Sports.

According to him telecasting the matches live on Television will help market the players and the league. “I think this will make the game look more attractive because the matches are going to be played on good pitches this time”, he said.

The Ghana Premier League was called off due to the massive outbreak of the deadly COVID-19 in Ghana. However, the Ghana Football Association has assigned the second week of October as the date to restart the new season, on the other hand, an approval from the government will be needed first.

SOURCE: www.kantankatv.com | Micheal Tetteh


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