Tudu Mighty Jets head coach, James Francis says the biggest challenge he has faced coaching at the lower tier is playing on bad pitches.
According to him, it is difficult for his team possess the ball in games due to the nature of the pictures.
"The condition of the pitches doesn't help teams that will want to try and keep possession of the ball.
“I understand it is difficult to maintain and difficult to keep the surface but that is for me the most difficult I have encounter in this field”, he told Happy FM.
He further said if the pitches are improved it might result in good performances from the teams participating in the league.
"If the fields were to be improved, then it might have a better style of play for some of the teams.
He added that if our pitches are upgraded it will improve the Ghana Premier League and the performance of players as well.
"More confident to play possession football which will therefore improve division one and improve Ghana premier league and also improve the Ghanaian players if the fields were to improve".
Tudu Mighty Jets after eight games played in Division One League lie ninth on the league log with 11 points.