Eleven Wonders Chief Executive Officer, Albert Commey has admitted to missing football as the 2019/20 season has been suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Ghana Premier League was suspended in March this year following the COVID-19 outbreak in the West African country.
With the future of the season unknown as the Ghana Football Association waits on the directives from government, it’s uncertain when football is likely to return.
The former Ghana FA Executive Council member says he misses the game and claims without football there is no life.
“I miss the game a lot as an administrator. I have realized that without football there is no life. Most of revenue has been coming from the gate but with no football clubs are suffering”, he told Angel FM.
He added that clubs are struggling to pay the salaries of players due to the absence as they are unable to generate revenue.