Former Sekondi Hasaacas striker, Adu Tutu Skelley has hit hard on organisers of the Ghana Premier League saying that, he’s been unamused over the present state of the competition. Skelley said the Ghanaian league hasn’t been well-organised over the years.
He believes stakeholders of the game need to sit up. “I’m not happy with how our league is organised. In Europe, they’re playing 2017/18 season. We’re about to commence the 2017-2018 season. So, the organisers aren’t up and doing” the ex-footballer told Samuel Kofi Larbi of Kumasi based Abusua FM.
“This is the second time I’ve heard [issues of court] injunction; that of Dreams FC and this one
[referring to the latest court order sought by Great Olympics]”. Adu Tutu Skelley therefore urged the Ghana Football Association (GFA) to take steps to make the Ghanaian league better.
The start of the 2017/18 Ghana Premier League remains unknown as Great Olympics battle the GFA in court on what the club says is failure on the FA’s part to apply their own rules on player eligibility.