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We are far behind the North Africans when it comes to football administration… Acquah Harrison

The Former hearts of Oak defender Acquah Harrison has urged the Ghana football association to take into consideration how best the Ghanaian clubs can be well equipped to compete in Africa competitions.

“We are far behind the North Africans.We need money to reduce player exodus in the country.Government should come up with policies to urged Companies come on board to support clubs”.

Acquah Harrison who was instrumental in the Phobian side that won the CAF Confederation Cup in 2004 also urged the FA to work on the football calendar.

“They have started their league season but we are yet to start our league.Our pitches are not in good shape yet we play our matches in the rainy season”. Acquah Harrison told Kastle FM.

The Ghana premier league 2021/22 season is set to kick start on Friday 29th October 2021.

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Source: Rubby Adams (kastlefmonline.com)

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