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GFA capo Okraku vows to curb low patronage of Ghana Premier League

Kurt Okraku vows to curb low patronage of Ghana Premier League

President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kurt Okraku has reiterated his commitment to curbing low patronage of the Ghana Premier League.

The Ghanaian top-flight league had low turnouts at various match venues last season but Kurt Okraku believes his outfit will do everything possible to eradicate the low patronage in the forthcoming league season.

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“I think everyone will have to play a big part in ensuring that fans patronize our league. I have reiterated our (GFA) desire to promote the league and it is also important for the clubs to promote themselves and also get closer to the media to w inork towards the common vision.

“Going into the new season, I think that the FA is very much committed. Football is a tool that brings togetherness, so we want to use the medium to bring people together so we can enjoy our most popular sport” he said.

The 2023/24 season of the Ghana Premier League will commence on September 15 with RTU and Hearts of Oak fixture at the Aliu Mahama Sports Stadium in Tamale kicking off the season…

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