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Proud United owner Ronald Joojo Duncan wants the 2019/2020 Ghana league season truncated due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The astute football administrator claims the impact of the global pandemic makes it practically impossible to continue the season.

Football remain suspended in the West African nation as the number of positive cases keep rising.

It's unclear when the government will lift the ban on social gathering which affects football.

Opinions have been divided on the future of the current campaign after the novel virus wrecked havoc across the globe.

But Proud United boss Joojo Duncan wants the season to be canceled.

"Under this pandemic, it makes sense to cancel everything and start afresh when things stabilize, he told Asempa FM on Tuesday.

"It's not about the position of my team. But there is no clear direction on when this will end.

"In the wisdom of the president, he has banned social gathering for two more weeks. We don't know what will happen after.

"It's obvious we can't can't play football next month and perhaps June. What if crisis even ends in September? We have to start thinking about a new season.

Dunca joins New Edubiase president Abdul Salam Yakubu to call for a nullification of the season.

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