Sports activities News of Thursday, 17 September 2020
The Qualified Footballers Association, Ghana (PFAG) has welcomed a guarantee by the National Democratic Congress to fork out at the very least GH¢1500 allowance to players in the major tier of Ghana soccer should they gain the 2020 elections.
The Director of Communications for the NDC, Sammy Gyamfi manufactured identified the party’s programs for the players when he spoke to Kumasi FM on the NDC strategies for sports. Sammy Gyamfi said that a baseline of GH¢1500 will be extra to the salaries of every player in the Ghana Leading League.
The payment of salaries is 1 of several claims which the NDC imagine will assistance acquire soccer in the region.
“The NDC will set up a sporting activities enhancement fund. The govt will furnish the account with sufficient revenue and also produce some from corporate bodies,” he informed Kumasi FM.
“Every club that plays in the Premier League will be supported with cash to settle player salaries. An ordinary funds of GH ¢1,500.00 will be paid to just about every player”.
Reacting to the guarantee, Yusif Chibsah, a former Ghana intercontinental and spokesperson for the PFAG claimed that the promise could aid minimize player exodus. Chibsah told Warm FM that the proposal will support grow the recreation as gamers will be a lot more than ready to continue to be in the league.
The feasibility of the promise has come to be an challenge with Gabby Otchere-Darko casting uncertainties on it but Chibsah is convinced that it can be carried out.
“It is doable because soccer is being run on a business module now. In Nigeria, it is the states that choose care of the groups. It is a entire discussion on its possess but we will need to start from someplace. It will enable the soccer industry”, Chibsah instructed Hot FM.
Sammy Gyamfi also clarified that the determine could be greater if stakeholders agree that the GH¢1500 volume is inadequate.
He explained to Asempa FM that a future NDC government will devote intensely in athletics.
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