Kotoko deputy coach condemns Ghana league break

The assistant coach of Asante Kotoko Michael Osei has criticised the Ghana FA’s decision for the league to go on recess.

According to him, the move could affect the momentum of his club for the final three games of the season.
“I don’t think it is right for the FA to allow the league to go on break because the league is almost finished,” he opined.

The Ghana Premier League will go on a three-week break after Sunday’s fixtures and will resume on September 6.

Osei told Starr Sports it will be unfair for the GFA to allow the league to go on break.

“We have only three matches left so if we go on break like this it is going to affect players’ momentum not only Kotoko but other clubs as well. All these things make it difficult for the Ghanaian coaches because when such a break comes it always affects us.

“It has happen several times and I do not know why they keep on doing that. It’s not fair because you will prepare your players and your team and things like these happen,” he noted.