The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) have commended the Ghana Football Association for their putting structures in place to ensure the 2017/18 Premier League and Division One League seasons finally start.
The Ghana Premier League started last week with the Division One League set to start this week despite protracted efforts by Accra Great Olympics to thwart the start of the season with legal threats.
Following their ability to start the season, the PFAG, mother body for Ghanaian footballers, has commended the GFA for being able to start the season.
In a statement released by the body, the Ghana FA is hailded for standing firm and resolute despite the turbulent moments.
“PFAG is very happy with the start of the Premier League and Division One League.
“We commend the GFA for the start and major changes made in the new season and in keeping with best practices for today’s modern trends of the industry,” the statement read.
“We also want to acknowledge the role of the PLB, and all the stakeholders for contributing greatly to the start of the Premier League.
“We are wishing all the Premier and Division One League teams well in the 2017/18 season.
“Again to all players,this is the platform to perform. Do it to the best of your ability.
“The PFAG also wants to appreciate the role of the media in keeping to their roles of ensuring the new Season will be great one,” it added.
The Ghana FA, this season, has introduced the Match Command Center as well as the digital jersey declaration and the online team sheet on match days to ensure professionalism and transparency in the game.
This article has 0 comment(s), give your comment
Join GhanaStar.com to receive daily email alerts of breaking news in Ghana. GhanaStar.com is your source for all Ghana News. Get the latest Ghana news, breaking news, sports, politics, entertainment and more about Ghana, Africa and beyond.
Get more stuff like this
Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.
Thank you for subscribing.
Something went wrong.