Head coach of Kumasi Asante Kotoko, Steve Pollack has slammed the Ghana Football Association for a poor planning which has resulted to the league being put on hold.
Ahead of the WAFU tournament, many club administrators were not happy about the decision taken by the governing body of the Ghana Premier League.
Due to the league’s inability to finish ahead of the WAFU tournament the league had to be put on hold for close to three weeks.
The league had also initially had to break for one month to break for a month to clear some outstanding games after Kotoko was involved in an accident.
“We have to wait 4 weeks which is like a whole pre-season to play four league games and the cup games as well.
“Then we go on again to start a whole new pre-season before we get into the new season.”
“I think they have to look at the organization of the WAFU tournament again and when it should be played.
“The FA should also get their act together in order to start a new Ghana Premier League season on time.” He added.
The Porcupine Warriors are currently on the 4th position with 39 points after 26 matches played in the GPL.