Aduana Stars want flexible fixtures in order to have a successful campaign in the CAF Champions League.
The Ghanaian champions are preparing to face Algerian side ES Setif on March 7 in the final qualifying round.
If they advance to the Group stage, they will be playing in the competition alongside the Ghana Premier League.
The club feel having packed fixtures could derail their efforts and so have written to the Ghana FA to consider their plea.
“We are aware of the intensity of playing in the Premier League and the Champions League this season so we have written to the GFA to have our fixtures adjusted to help in our continental campaign,” CEO Albert Commey told Graphic Sports.
“It will be great to have our matches played on Fridays so we can prepare adequately and have enough rest for the Champions League games once the league kicks off.”
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