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Sports News of Friday, 22 February 2019

Source: Ghana Soccernet

Normalisation Committee not proactive - Kurt Okraku

Executive Director of Dreams FC Kurt Okraku insists the problem between the Ghana Premier League clubs and the Normalisation Committee has to do with communication.

The two parties have been at loggerheads over the commencement of the Special Competition by the Normalisation Committee following the withdrawal by fourteen premier league clubs.

But according to Kurt Okraku, the NC must focus on their core mandate and also be proactive in their way of communicating to the clubs.

“I think as club administrators, individually and collectively, we have been trying to reach out to the Normalisation Committee since it was established, but it’s not been easy,” Mr Okraku told the Daily Graphic.

“I think primarily their [NC] challenge has been lack of proactive communication with the key stakeholders.

"That is the bottom line; they should also be very focused on their core mandate to be able to deliver.

"I do not think there is any football club administrator who does not want our industry to be normalised to bring back the operation of football which we all love and crave for, but when people are not communicating enough with the key stakeholders it becomes a problem.

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