Cancellation of 2019/20 football will affect many of our players – Bechem Utd CEO

    Professor Nana Kwesi Darlington has argued that the abrogation of the 2019/20 football season will greatly affect the players of the club.

    After football came to a halt in mid-March, the Ghana FA on Tuesday, June 30 announced the cancellation of the season.

    The FA were hoping to resume football behind closed doors but the proposal tabled before government Covid-19 team was rejected.

    This is the third successive year football in the country has failed to come to an end and according to the vociferous football administrators, the cancellation of the season will affect his players greatly.

    “It worries me but it’s a majority decision so there is nothing I can do. We’ve never ended the league for three consecutive years and it’s a bad image to the GFA,” Prof. Darlington told OTEC FM.

    “It’s (Bechem United) our biggest blow because we think about the players first and (taking them outside) enhances their future so this decision has affected many of the players,” he added.

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