Chairman of the Premier League Management Committee, Lepowura MND Jawula has reiterated his commitment to improving the standards of our domestic league.

Speaking during the Committee’s first meeting with the media which was held at the GFA secretariat on Wednesday, Jawula made a bold prognosis about the future of the Ghana Premier League.

He cited that his outfit are looking to catapult the domestic league to the standards of the English Premier League.

“We are looking principally at the standards of English Premier League and we think that we too can get that far. The Ghana Premier League has been in operation for so many years and there is no reason why we cannot get to those standards that has been achieved by other countries” Jawula said in his press-briefing.

The 2019/20 Ghana Premier League season is scheduled to kick off on the weekend of December 27 at match venues across the country.

The League Management Committee will serve a one-year term, and the GFA will engage Premier League Clubs towards an autonomous league.