Hearts of Oak board member and supporters leader Mr. Elvis Herman Hesse says he does not support the return of Ghana Premier League with games being held behind closed doors.

All football activities in the country has been suspended since March 15 following the directives given by the President of the Republic.

With no conceivable action for at least a month, and every possibility of the lay-off lasting longer, some have suggested the cancellation of the season.

However, Elvis kicked against truncation and said he wanted the season to resume, but only when it would be safe to do so.

“I don’t support the idea of playing behind closed doors. Maybe I will get the opportunity to watch but playing behind closed doors is a no for me,” Mr. Hesse told Happy FM.

“The GFA shouldn’t cancel the season but they should rather engage the clubs on the way forward.”

Meanwhile, the Ghana football association is still engaging with all the major stakeholders to decide the way forward and is expected to announce a decision soon.