Former Asante Kotoko coach Frimpong Manso has revealed his good wishes for the country's football following the state of the game.
Manso believes the resumption of football activities in the country will keep stakeholders busy after the league was truncated following Anas expose on corruption in Ghana football.
Speaking to Ashh FM in Kumasi, coach Frimpong Manso said, "People in the game are not paid since it's been suspended and lovers of it all are starving. Since football-related activities in Ghana got to a halt, nobody gets paid and when it bounces back, it comes with work. The stakeholders of the game are at home starving, looking at the people that troop to the stadium last weekend indicates they've missed the game".
"Am wishing for the arrival of the league and excited with it bouncing back after a long period" I am praying the GFA Normalization Committee rap-up with their activities so everything of the game is brought to normalcy", he added.
Since the airing of popular documentary dubbed number 12 by ace journalist Anas Aremeyew Anas in June 2018, football-activities have been suspended leading to the formation of Normalization Committee by CAF, FIFA and Government of Ghana to facilitate the activities of the Ghana Football Association and bring to the game back to normalcy.
Story Kolog Bonaventure