Ebusua Dwarfs goalkeeper Frank Andoh says the return of football would be good for both the footballers and club administrators who have been starved of the game.
All football activities were halted in the country following the revelations of the Anas documentary dubbed "number 12" last June.
The documentary exposed some top officials as well as referees leading to the suspension of the game.
However, the normalisation committee set up after the collapse of the former FA are set to start a new competition for clubs in Ghana despite facing difficulties with the Premier League sides.
Despite the troubles, Dwarfs goalkeeper Frank Andoh remains positive stating footballers have been hugely affected by the lack of football in the country.
“I think the special tournament by the Normalisation Committee is a good idea since it will keep we the players and clubs active as a whole,” Andoh told footballmadeinghana.com.
“The suspension of the league has really affected our fitness as well as our finances. The return of our football will do us more good.”
“I hope this year the level of our league will be high so that players will love to stay in the country and it will attract more foreigners also.” He added.