Alhaji Yakubu Imoro, club owner for Brekum Arsenal pleads government should bring back Ghana Football Association (GFA) so premier league can commence smoothly next season.
Speaking on Asempa FM sports show this morning, Mr. Yakubu Imoro was interviewed concerning the halt on the premier league and how it is affecting the founders of the club and the team players.
The founder stated that, the premier league must still continue next season and shouldn’t be on halt due to some staff members who fell victim in the recent number 12 investigative film, therefore he is not saying the government should turn a blind eye to what happened but the government must deal with those people respectively but it shouldn’t affect the clubs and the players because some players depend on their salaries to feed their families.
He also added that, the clubs do not belong to the government therefore he is pleading with the government to think twice about the decision taken and allow them to continue with the premier league next season.
I am aware some club founders or members have raised eyebrows concerning the issue that, the premier league should still be on halt but these people are saying this because, they know their team will be relegated if we are to start with the season that is why they are raising those concerns, he declared.
Alhaji Yakubu stated that, the country cannot survive without football therefore, the government must allow them to continue with the premier league next season and deal with those who were involved in the number 12 investigative film by Anas and also put measures in place to stop bribery and corruption in the country.
Source: Dennis Oheneba Mitterrand/Pinkfmonlinegh.com