Head coach of Aduana Stars, Paa Kwesi Fabin beleives Ghana football needs the intervention of God following the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.
Ghana Premier League clubs have been left without any football activities following the indefinite suspension of football by the Ghana Football Association (GFA) since March 15.
For him, the Ghana situation currently looks very uncertain and would need Divine intervention since the coronavirus pandemic does not appear as one to be brought under control anytime soon.
“The only thing that can help the clubs is the intervention of God so the COVID-19 will go so that football will come back to enable clubs get money from gate proceeds to ease their financial crises," he told Graphic Sports.
Despite the gloomy picture, the veteran trainer says he is waiting for the Ghana FA to provide clear direction on the future of the Ghana Premier League season which was suspended after the 15th week.
“Even some countries have truncated their league and declared some winners.
"The GFA has given themselves until June 30 to take a firm decision as to whether to continue or not.
"I believe we should wait for that declaration so we will take it from there,” added the Aduana coach.
The FA will make a final decision on June 30.