President of the Ghana Football Association, Kurt Edwin Simeon Okraku has stated that football will soon return on TV before the 2019/2020 season reaches Match Day 3.
He postulates that the FA is committed to broadcasting games national wide so that every tom, dick and harry can have a feel of the league.
In an interview with Ghana- Accra Radio Station Joy FM, the President promised that it will only not be limited to the topflight games but also to the second division and women’s league.
“The Football Association is very much committed to giving access to everyone in the nation and beyond to consume our league,” he said.
“The last two weeks have been challenging, doing due diligence on companies that have made the bids. By the third week, matches will be broadcasted by some TV stations,” he continued.
“We are not only looking at the Ghana Premier League, but we are also looking at giving the needed visibility to the Women’s football and Division one football,” he added.
The Ghana Premier League is in week two and by what the President is saying, the league should be broadcasted on television next weekend when the league enters week three.