Hearts of Oak announce readiness for restart of Ghana Premier League

Ghana football was suspended in March but received permanent cancellation from the Ghana Football Association June due to coronavirus pandemic.

For three months now, Ghana have existed without football though processes to see the game’s restart have commenced.

Despite the GFA’s attempt to begin a new season in 2020-2021, there have been spectrum of views regarding starting a new season.

And Accra Hearts of Oak through Managing Director, Frederick Moore, has clearly stated that his side will be ready to compete at the highest level in a bid to win trophies when football resumes.

“Our job is football, so anytime football is coming, that is what we want to see.”

“We are ready anytime football comes because our core business is into football, so anything outside football is just an aside.” He said.

Accra Hearts of Oak is ready, I am sure you have of our phrase, never say die, so we are ready.” He concluded.

The GFA has presented an elaborate plan to clubs detailing a road map to bringing football back in the country under strict coronavirus protocols.

The proposal will see the 2020/2021 Ghana Premier League played in a zonal format, the three-zonal Division One League competition will be further divided into sub-zones (two sub-zones per zone) while the National Women’s League will maintain its current format.

Additionally, the country’s football governing body including stakeholders have already completed congress– an event that marks a significant stage of beginning football season in Ghana.


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