Ghanaâ€™s Premier League boss Welbeck Abra-Appiah is urging patience in theÂ wake of their proposed advanced tickets for matches in the top-flight.
The organizers of the countryâ€™s league experimented the innovation in theÂ elite division on a pilot basis during Kotokoâ€™s clash with All Stars at the Baba Yara StadiumÂ on Sunday.
But the Kumasi-based club raised concerns over the process insisting theÂ validation process was extremely slow-which led to most fans held up inÂ long queues at the gates 30 minute into the encounter.
But PLB chief Welbeck Abra-Appiah has apologized to the fans for theÂ difficulties but insists lessons have been learnt.
â€œFirst of all I will like to say sorry to the fans in Kumasi who didnâ€™t getÂ the chance to watch the early stages of the game,â€ Abra-Appiah said
â€œWe must all understand that weâ€™re now introducing this advanced saleÂ ticket into the league and everything that start will have it challenges.
â€œThis is the pilot basis and so it will afford us the chance to identifyÂ the problems and put in corrective measures.â€