GHALCA to meet Sports Minister over poor attendance

The chairman of the Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA), Kudjoe Fianoo has revealed that the association is making plans to meet Hon Mustapha Ussif, the Sports Minister over the recent poor attendance at the various stadia.

The love for watching football matches at various stadia has dwindled in recent times and the GHALCA boss is overly worried about the situation.

According to him, it has been difficult to find a solution to the issue and meeting the Sports minister to deliberate on the matter could be a wise step to take.

“Our attendance is extremely poor and we are working toward it to find out where the problem is and get the solutions.

“We can play a game involving Hearts and Olympics and GHALCA’s share is GHS 185, it tells you how bad the situation is and we must find a solution now before it gets worse.

“Ghalca has decided to meet the Sports Ministry so we can talk about E-ticketing. We believe that the system is a good one but other factors are not making it work here in our jurisdiction.

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“We will surely meet the minister next week to discuss these issues and find a solution to the game,” he told Akoma FM

Fianoo believes that other factors that should be corrected to win the hearts of fans once more, include poor officiating, bad publicity and betting issues among others.

The Ghana Premier League is expected to continue this weekend with Kotoko and Accra Great Olympics headlining the fixtures of matchday 11.

Source: Akoma FM


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