The Public Relations Officer of StarTimes Ghana Eli Kondoh indicated that the postponement of the Ghana Premier League season has had adverse effect on their programming and schedules.
The 2017/18 Ghana Premier League which was scheduled to take off on Friday February 9, has been halted until further notice after Great Olympics served the Ghana Football Association a court injunction letter on Monday in protest of Bechem United fielding an unqualified against them last term.
StarTimes, who are broadcasters of the Ghana Premier League signed a 10 years broadcasting right of the country’s elite division worth $18m in November last year.
“We wanted to give more attention to the league this season, but we are affected by the injunction,” Eli Kondoh told Starr Sports.
“Our TV programming and schedule will be affected.”
“We created a new whole channel just for Ghana football content and now that the league is not starting what happens to that channel,” he added.
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