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GHALCA boss Kudjoe Fianoo positive about government's financial support for clubs after talks
Kudjoe Fianoo

Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA) president Kudjoe Fianoo is confident government will come to the aid of the football industry with a financial cushion. 

Fianoo believes a meeting between top executives of the Ghana FA, GHALCA and the Sports Minister Hon Isaac Asiamah will yield some dividends.

Club owners have been hit by the suspension of all activities and want government to assist the sector which employs majority of the youth.

''The Ghana FA president Kurt Okraku, his vice Mark Addo, Randy Abbey and Oduro Sarfo from the FA and me (Kudjoe Fianoo) and Alex Ackumey represented GHALCA in the meeting on Monday,'' the veteran administrator told Kumasi-based Oyerepa FM.

''We are very confident Government will come to aid and they asked us the Football community to write officially to Government on what we need because the minister told us the Presidency has asked all sector ministries to document their needs during this pandemic so we have written and submitted to the ministry of Youth and Sports to be forwarded to the presidency.

''Our discussions with the ministry was positive and we hope to hear from them.''

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