Former Wa All Stars head coach, Enos Adepa has noted that the decision to continue or cancel the 2019/2020 football season is dicey because of the current situation.
The football season in the West African country has been on suspension for the past 3 months as a result of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis.
With the government extending the ban on football activities until July 31, 2020, there is pressure mounting on the Ghana Football Association (GFA) to cancel the season.
Speaking to Aben FM, Coach Enos Adepa has shared his thought as he explains that deciding on the fate of the season is not an easy one to take.
“On that issue as to continue or cancel, I will say it’s very dicey, many will say it should be canceled in the sense that, all the Premier League teams would have to start full pre-season again for about 6 weeks or 2 months because the players have stayed home for long.
“When you look at the remaining months ahead of us to complete the season and start next season is not possible the GFA will also run as a loss concerning Sponsorship deals so I will say I will be okay if it’s canceled and will be okay if it’s continued”, the former Karela United head coach said.
Coach Enos Adepa wants the government to put measures in place that will protect coaches and players in case the sport is to make a return anytime soon.