The President of the Ghana Football Association in a tearful posture has written a heart warming letter to members of rhe Association, asking clubs to endure the pains of the hardship associated with the Coronavirus pandemic.
The FA President in his first letter to the clubs since the outbreak of the Global pandemic has assured the clubs of light at the end of the tunnel.
Below is the full letter addressed to thw clubs:
One cannot overstate the fact that the coronavirus pandemic has brought an unprecedented challenge for members of the football industry.
As President of the Association and a club man, I know the extent of the challenges that clubs have gone through due to the current situation and the financial burden we continue to face as club owners, officials, players and as participants in the game.
I share in this pain. However, we must also be concerned about our health and the need to take precaution at this extremely difficultime. There is the need to remind ourselves that, it is just a phase which will soon change when we all abide by the protocols given to us by state.
I urge everyone to continue to fully abide by allthe protocols and the directives. During this period, I am engaging with all the rnajor stakeholders to ensure that the football family is included in the government’s stimulus package to alleviate some of the hardship on our industry.
I will continue to positively engage the Ministry of Youth and Sports, Ministry of Health, the Ghana Health Service and Government for the advancement for our beloved sport.
It is unfortunate that we have to wait a little longer for our Extraordinary Congress, where some key decisions would be taken to impact positively on the game.
I would therefore call on all of us to rally around and fight this deadly pandemic for the good of the industry.
Finally, I want to thank all Club owners, Administrators, Footballers, Coaches Referees, the media and everyone involved in our sport for your professionalism and dedication to service.
You showed class and selflessness until the season was suspended because of COVID-19.