Kwadwo Baah Agyemang, a Board Member of the National Sports Authority (NSA), has expressed disappointment over the delay to the commencement of the country’s elite football division.

The management of Accra Great Olympics on Monday, February 5, brought the launch of the 2017/18 Ghana Premier League (GPL) to a halt after serving the Ghana Football Association (GFA) with a court injunction in protest against Bechem United for fielding an unqualified player against them on match day 30.

According to the former Member of Parliament (MP), it is sad to see the country’s elite division put on hold due to an injunction and called on the country’s football governing body to put in measures that will ensure that such incidences do not recur.

“I will never be a happy person if the product of the GFA will not have its way for us to experience and enjoy the good football of Ghanaians. I don’t think any football loving fan will be happy to see that our league has been put on hold due to a court injunction,” he told Class Sports.

“These issues have been occurring every year and I think the GFA must come up with regulations that will restrict their people from placing injunction on the Premier League because if the people you have brought together can’t help to stabilize the Premier League, then what is the need for forming the association? Such things must stop because it is not good for Ghana football,” he admonished.

Source: Ghana/ClassFMonline.com/91.3FM/Samuel Ekow Amoasi Appiah



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