Aduana Stars striker Yahaya Mohammed is unsure what happens next to the suspended 2019-20 Ghana Premier League season, but wants the Ghana FA to take a decision that is for the greater good of Ghana Football.
The Ghana premier League has been suspended since Mid-March 2020 due to the CoronaVirus pandemic.
A decision needs to be made by the GFA and the country’s football governing body have identified June 30 as a day to communicate what happens to the suspended season.
Yahaya Mohammed has suggested that a lot of thinking and consultation needs to be done before a decision on the fate of the season is taken.
“Cancelling the league is not a problem and resuming the league is also not a problem but the decision taken must be to the benefit of Ghana football and not any individual”
“For instance if I was a division one team on top of the league heading to the Premier League and you take the decision to cancel the league it won’t favour us”.
“If the league is cancelled and restarted what is the possibility that such a team will be back on top”.
“You can also talk about the sponsorship situation with the Division One league, there is no sponsorship, so it is a difficult decision to take.” he told Citi Sports in an interview.
Yahaya Mohammed was having an excellent season before it was halted.
His 11 goals which ranked second on the goal king log had propelled his side to the top of the table and earned him a call-up to the Black Stars under new Coach C.K. Akonnor.