The Ghana Football Association [GFA] Communications Director Henry Asante Twum has confirmed that match-week three games of the Ghana Premier League [GPL] will not be ‘halted’ hence will be played.
Considering Ghana’s crucial World Cup qualifying matches between Ethiopia and South Africa on November 11 and 14 in their final Group G fixtures.
The Black Stars’ games will not affect the Premier League matches this week According to Asante Twum.
“The league just started last week and this weekend we played matchday two,” he told Kumasi based Akoma FM.
“In Kumasi, the Baba Yara recorded impressive numbers as well as other centres, despite Covid-19 restrictions and that is very impressive.
“Therefore, as an FA we think there is no need to halt for the Black Stars qualifiers.
“We have a plan that on Friday, Gold Stars will play against Kotoko, then on Saturday, other games will continue.
Also on Sunday, the matches are at 3 PM, and we hope that by 5 PM, all league games will be cleared.
“Moreover, the Black Stars match will be played at 7pm so people can still go back home from league centres and enjoy the Stars game comfortably.
“So every GPL fixture will be come off as scheduled,” he concluded.