Technical Director of Inter Allies, Willie Klutse has decried the effects of COVID-19 on the club and to a larger extent Ghana Football.

Football activities in Ghana have been halted since March 2020 as government imposed a ban on all forms of social gatherings in a bid to curb the spread of the coronavirus in the country.

The situation has put clubs in dire conditions with many fearing that without seeing the light any time soon, the long term effects of COVID-19 could put clubs in a near collapse status.

With Ghana’s football industry hugely dependent on player sales abroad, local clubs have modelled their operations around such a system.

Inter Allies is one of such clubs and technical director, Willie Klutse in an interview with Joy FM highlights Inter Allies’ how COVID-19 has affected their plans.

“The impact is very huge, because you know in this country before you can run a club effectively, you have to have a channel where you can move players.

“And if you are not able to play the league, it’s difficult for you to know who’s going here and who’s not ready.

“We were supposed to move some boys, we were lucky that before the closure we were able to move three of our boys to Denmark.

“We were supposed to take the whole academy, about 25 boys to a tournament in Denmark for one month, but because of this situation, we cannot move,” he lamented