President of Techiman Eleven Wonders, Nana Ameyaw Manu, has made a humble appeal to the government to support football clubs on the back of the suspension of all football related activities in the wake of the novel coronavirus.

Following the directives of the president of Ghana, the GFA suspended all football related activities as a measure to contain the global pandemic.

But the decision to halt all football related activities is affecting the pockets of the clubs as they continue to pay the playing body and staff.

“Though the players are on a break they have to be paid, StarTimes money is yet to hit our account so we are appealing to the government to support us [clubs] financially because the situation at hand is not our fault,” Nana Ameyaw told Kumasi-based OTEC FM.

“During the Anas expose, the boys were paid while on break, now the players are on break again due to the COVID-19 outbreak” he ended.

The Ghana Football Association following the directives given by the President of the Republic on Sunday, March 15, 2020, suspended all its competitions with immediate effect until further notice.

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