The chairman of the the Ghana Premier League Management Committee Alhai M.N.D Jawula has said that his body is looking up to the Ghana Football Association (GFA) and the Premier league clubs to come out with an ultimate decision regarding the current season.
According to the former Ghana Football Association president the league management body has however informed the GFA that money is a must if the season is to continue.
“We as management body of the league do not have a particular position regarding the future of the current league. We are relying on on both the GFA and the clubs.” Jawula said.
“What we have told the GFA is that we think we need money to support football if we want to complete the league and so if they can find money from government, from CAF and FIFA I’m sure the clubs will be willing to play” he explained.
“Once we get some money to support because we are not likely to play with any spectatoring and therefore the players are going to be paid and money will be needed for other things” he concluded.