The Ghana Football Association led by President Kurt Okraku has urged clubs to remain calm as his outfit, takes steps to lessen the negative effects of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Responding to questions on the future of the Association and its members in the face of misfortune caused by the Coronavirus pandemic on the panel discussion on Happy FM, Mr Okraku said the FA will take decisions that has the supreme interest of Ghana football.
He emphasized that the Ghana FA is currently reviewing documents from other parts of the world, and is seeking advice from the medical department of the FA to enable them take better decision.
“I want to call for calm, we shall take a decision in the interests of everybody. We will communicate our decision if we decide to either cancel or truncate the season, Mr Okraku told Happy FM
The Ghana FA President stressed that the FA has currently taken custody of the protocols from Germany and other countries on rhe future of the game, and will wait for the medical committee to conclude its analysis.
“I have personally taken custody of the protocols from Germany, Czech Republic, England and other countries. What i did was to hand over the document to the GFA medical committee for them to advise the FA. Other stakeholders are still being engaged for the good of the game.”
“I share in the pain of club owners at this point in time. Throughout the world when issues like this comes up, the issue of salary comes up. FIFA has spoken about the issue.” – addressed.