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Sports News of Thursday, 16 February 2017


Ibrahim Sunday laments poor league organization

Veteran trainer, Ibrahim Sunday has stressed the fact that poor organization of the Ghana Premier League over the years has had a negative toll on the performances of clubs that participate in the African competitions.

The former Kumasi Asante Kotoko and Africa Sports manager believes that if the Football association and the Premier League Board are able to organize the competition properly, the two clubs representing Ghana would have had adequate preparations to perform well and subsequently increase Ghana’s slot in Africa.

“Our Premier league does not start early so our clubs do not have enough games to prepare before they participate in Africa competitions. Our league is not disorganized and it has a negative impact on our clubs”.
“We do not start our league season on time and our clubs lack match fitness to compete thus the poor results we have seen over the years”, he said.

League champions Wa all stars and MTN FA Cup holders, Bechem United are the two representatives for Ghana in the ongoing CAF Champions League and Confederations Cup respectively.