Ghana Football Association Presidential Aspirant Kurt Okraku does not think introducing a law to prohibit Ghanaian free-to-air television stations from showing live foreign league matches will improve the patronage of the domestic top flight.
Kurt, the Executive Director of Dream FC was speaking at the first ever Ghana Football Association Presidential Debate ahead of its elective congress on Friday October 25, 2019.
The experience football administrator insisted developing the local game and making it more attractive should be the priority and not forcing a ban on foreign games on TV.
“I do not believe in this approach.
I believe in developing our products and making our products more interesting.
I believe in enhancing the capacity of staff across board. I believe in being more creative and getting unique solutions to our current situation.
“I believe that the football economy can be stronger to make the game more attractive and with the aid of proper scheduling, we can rise beyond this.
We must also set up a SCHEDULING DEPARTMENT to effective this change”
Amanda Clinton, Lawyer Ankamah, Fred Pappoe, Nana Yaw Amponsah and George Afriyie are the other candidates comtesting for the vacant GFA seat.