Club owners and football administrators in Ghana will not reap the needed benefits they are supposed to have if they don’t employ workable business modules in their approach to managing their clubs.
That’s the observation made by the President of Division One side, Phar Rangers, Nana Yaw Amponsah. Speaking in an interview with UTV, Nana Yaw Amponsah said:
“We have to be running football as a business. Many administrators run football as a second-choice job so even if it doesn’t go well, they care less about it. “They are just into football for entertainment” he added.
“I know how to run football as a business. I have benefited from it, so I want other clubs to understand that if it’s run well, we will reap the benefit from it. Those times that we used football for recreation is [archaic] and we have to run football well for our own benefit” he stressed.