The Ghanaian top-flight is set to admit 40 per cent attendance at league venues as the 2020-2021 season amid widespread reports that the president of Ghana might lift the restrictions on contact sports in his next COVID-19 address to the whole nation in the coming days.
The Ghana Premier League and all other football-related activities of the Ghana FA were put to on hold in mid-March as a measure to curb the fast spread of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Six months after the directives from the presidency, football is set to resume in mid-October as the FA tentatively set the second week of the month to begin the 2020-2021 season.
According to reports reaching Kumasi-based Oyerepa FM, the Ghana Premier League will admit 40% attendance at various league centres.
The report further indicated that the GFA Executive Council have agreed to allow all 18 clubs to use their home venues instead of a previously suggested two venues each for a zonal league.
Again, the GFA wants the Government of Ghana to foot the bill for the mandatory COVID-19 tests for players.