Owner and financier of Kumasi based King Faisal, Alhaji Karim Grusah has entreated the newly elected Ghana Football Association (GFA) president, Kurt Okraku to curb violence in the local game.
Hooliganism in Ghana Premier League, Division One and the Women's League was a major issue in the Kwesi Nyantakyi's erstwhile administration as many believes the past administration failed to get rid of it.
However, the outspoken football administrator in an interview has called on the president of Ghana FA to be fair in his activities to redeem their image.
"The president knows what is going on in Ghana football. He should be fair under his watch. He should also tackle hooliganism and make sure that the parks are free" he said.
He advised him to make sure that security personnel are enough at the various stadiums so that the outcome of a result will be accepted in good faith.
According to him, he expects an exceptional Ghana Premier League in the upcoming season like the English Premier League where smaller clubs can battle it out with the big ones.
He then advised officiating officials to take a cue from the expose and exercise their duty with due diligence.
Source: Sylvester Ntim