President for Division One club, Phar Rangers FC, Nana Yaw Amponsah, has advised the Ghana Football Association to consider restarting the league in September to synchronize with the European calendar.
The government of Ghana placed a ban on all social gatherings, including sporting activities after the COVID-19 pandemic hit the shores of Ghana.
Ghana Football Association have engaged all stakeholders on the future of the 2019/20 season since it was suspended in March.
Many have called on the FA to truncate the league and set a new date for a fresh league.
Nana Yaw Amponsah who lost the GFA Presidential Election to Kurt Okraku says the FA must cancel the league and begin a new season in September in order to synchronise with the Europeans.
“If we want to synchronize our league with that of Europe, then we must wait and start in September. At the moment the Accra Sports Stadium pitch will not be ready for football for the next one month” he told Happy FM Sports.
“Lets give ourselves up to September to start a new league so clubs can start to prepare and meet the club licensing requirements”, he added.
The Ghana Football Association will announce their decision on the Ghana Premier League on June 30.