Technical director of Inter Allies Willie Klutse has called for extensive television coverage for the 2017/18 Ghana Premier League season.
The 2017/18 Ghana Premier League season was launched on Monday at the forecourt of the Ghana Football Association amidst joy among Ghanaian football populace.
The jubilance of some teeming supporters was truncated following media reports that Ghana Premier League broadcast right holders, StarTimes have proposed that some clubs move their home venues to the Cape Coast Sports Stadium before their games will be telecast.
But Klutse has frowned on the reports as he wants a wider television coverage for the upcoming league season to market the player to the outside world.
But Willie Klutse wants more. “We need more tv coverage of the league so that scouts who cant come down to Ghana, can sit in the comfort of their countries and see our players”, he told www.442gh.com.
He revealed that former Inter Allies player, Ropapa Mensah who now plies his trade in the USA, was scouted through television coverage on Supersport two seasons ago and expects more of such in the coming season.
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