The hopes of seeing Ghana football return was hampered on Sunday, 31 May when the president of the country, Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo announced that the ban on social gathering, which includes football has been extended to July 31.
Since then, football administrators in the country have called on the FA to cancel the league, but manager of Asante Kotoko Maxwell Konadu believes football can return behind closed doors.
“If we will continue the season, then we can start without spectators. We cannot allow all of us to throng to the stadium if we start now,” he told Happy FM.
“If we start with the empty stadium it will help so that we don’t spread the virus. We have no choice, that’s how things have become or we might as well stay home. We cannot risk lives.”
“So if we will resume playing, then its best we play without fans. We cannot take risks at all”, he added.
The fate of the country’s football leagues will be decided by the Ghana Football Association (GFA) latest by June 30.