Inter Allies deputy trainer, Tony Lokko has encourage players plying their trade in the country to embark on regular training following the cancellation of Ghana’s football season.
The Ghana FA’s executive council after a marathon meeting on Tuesday, June 30 decided to annul the season which had been suspended since March 16 due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
The decision is deemed as devastating for a football industry that was about finding its feet after close to 2 years on non-competitive action due to a period of normalization after the Anas Exposé.
Many football connoisseurs rooted for cancellation of the season as they cited as practically impossible for football to resume in the circumstances the country found itself in.
“On a whole I have been calling on my players to continue with their training following the cancellation of the season. Since they are players and aiming to be professionals it is their duty to make sure they keep themselves in shape by jogging and making themselves fit”
“They are players and know what to do. They must adhere to what their coaches have asked them to do even at home so they can keep their form when football bounces back” he told Bryt FM in interview.