President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kurt Okraku has implored stakeholders to exercise patience as they hope for the return of football.
Football in the country has been brought to its knees following the outbreak of the novel coronavirus since mid-March.
Stakeholders and administrators are crusading for the return of football with preventive measures following the resumption of the European leagues.
However, President Akufo Addo has extended the ban on contact sports to July 30.
With many agitating against the government, Mr Okraku revealed he has a huge since he owns five clubs.
“We have held a series of meeting with the government and we are still hoping for feedback,” he told GTV Sports Plus in an interview.
“FIFA was specific with the relief package they sent to us but we are still engaging the clubs during this difficult situation.
“I share their pain because I own five clubs. It cut across from the juvenile level so I understand their agitation but I will only urge to stay calm because I believe that football will definitely return,” he added.