Board Member of the Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG), Augustine Arhinful, has revealed that his outfit is yet to be engaged by the Ghana Football Association in their discussions about the future of the suspended 2019/20 league season.
All football activities in the country, have been halted following the outbreak of the cornavirus in Ghana, but after almost three months and with the easing of lockdown restrictions by government, there has been calls for the return of football.
Meanwhile, the Ghana FA, is yet to communicate whether the season would be cancelled or not.
”As a member of the PFAG, I don’t know of any engagement [by the GFA] , and I have never been called to any meeting with FA official concerning the welfare of the players,” he told SKYY POWER FM.
”The continued neglect of the PFAG in the schemes of the GFA is because probably we don’t understand what we are supposed to do as institutions supposed to oversee football in Ghana.
”In England, clubs and subsequently players are consulted in taking major decisions, and it should be same in Ghana.
”For now we have not been engaged but we are hoping that we are consulted so that we offer what we can [ to salvage the situation],”