GHPL broadcasters StarTimes not worried by suspension of topflight football
Operations Officer of Ghana Premier League broadcasters StarTimes, Felix Ahonzo says his outfit are not worried by the suspension of the domestic top flight.
StarTimes are the right holders to the Ghana Premier League but have been rendered inactive in the coverage of football in the country since the premiering of the Anas Expose'.
However, Chief Operations Officer of StarTimes Felix Ahonzo says his outfit are looking forward to the resolution of the impasse between the GFA and government and would not mind the duration it takes.
"We don't have to worry. We need to compliment the effort of the government and the GFA to resolve whatever impasse for Ghana football to comes back alive. We need to work together to achieve this"
Quizzed on whether there will be a review of their contract with the GFA due to the lost mileage,he said;
"Until there is a legitimate or new body to supervise the activity of football,then we will sit and review the contract and look at the possibilities and impossibilities,what we need to give up and to give. Our main concern is the GPL and we need to agree on something on the interest of both parties"