Former Ghana U-17 female team coach, Evans Adotey has praised the Youth Employment Agency's intervention for Women football following the cancellation of the season.
The YEA in partnership with the Ghana Football Association will enroll players from the National Women's League on the programme, which will see each player take a monthly stipend of GHC 500.
"Youth Employment Agency has done well because it will help women's football. The burden on club owners will be reduced because in Ghana we don't earn nothing from women's team," Evans Adotey told West FM.
"Some owners of women's team in Ghana deserve praises, they are doing great job despite all the huge cost, they are still doing their best to protect the ladies especially in this time of COVID-19," he added.
The league was cancelled due to the increasing numbers of COVID-19 cases in Ghana.
The future of domestic football is Ghana will be decided on Thursday at a meeting of the GFA Executive council.