Ameenu Shardow, Administrative Manager of Dreams Football Club, has lamented the lack of a push from Ghanaian football clubs to encourage spectatorship at games.
The Ghana Premier League has seen a drop in its patronage and viewership with Ghanaians showing very little support towards it.
Aside from financial difficulties, the league has been rocked by empty venues, with the Ghana Football Association (GFA) being blamed.
Shardow believes the clubs have had a part to play in the current state of Ghana’s football.
“The truth of the matter too is that as clubs, I don’t think as clubs we are doing enough. We are not doing enough at all and I look at my club for instance, I know people spend a lot of money in the promotion of games, and we virtually don’t spend anything,” he told CitiSports.
“We are not doing enough in promoting the games but they are some peculiar problems why from club to club, why we are not commanding the numbers.”
Dreams FC won the MTN FA Cup last season and recently lost 1-2 at the Cape Coast Stadium against BetPawa League champions Medeama.