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President of Division One club, Phar Rangers, Nana Yaw Amponsah believes it will be ideal for the Ghana Premier League to restart in September, in order to synchronize with European leagues. 

The former GFA President candidate, who was speaking on the effects of COVID-19 on football clubs in Ghana revealed that a lot of things must be put into considerations before the game returns.

The Ghana Premier League has been on suspension since the outbreak of the coronavirus in the West Africa state, and even though lockdown restriction have been lifted , there is still a ban on social gatherings.

“If we want to synchronize our league with that of Europe, then we must wait and start in September. At the moment the Accra Sports Stadium pitch will not be ready for football for the next one month” he told Happy FM.

“Lets give ourselves up to September to start a new league so clubs can start to prepare and meet the club licensing requirements," he added.

Ghana has not completed a football season since 2018 following the Anas Espose.

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