GFA boss Kurt Okraku

Ghana Football Association (GFA) President, Kurt Okraku was full of praise for the Joy Sports team for their intensive effort to generate interest in the Ghana Premier League (GPL).

Ahead of the league’s resumption on November 13, Joy Sports have put together a series of informative shows to get fans ready for the new season.

The GPL Primer is a three-way show which will focus on Hearts of Oak, Asante Kotoko and the remaining clubs.

During a courtesy visit to the Multimedia group, Okraku spoke highly about this initiative by the Joy Sports team to reinvigorate the passion for the national league.

“I am happy about this development. Again, it points to the creativity and the passion levels that you have at multimedia and the fact that you always want to be one step ahead of the entire nation.”

On October 31, the transfer window slams shut. For Ghana Premier League clubs, the Joy Sports team will document all the moves on the Transfer Deadline Show.

The GFA president is in full support of the program and also revealed that there might be some last-minute deals.

“Our football association will be very supportive of this. Our clubs are very busy and naturally the Ghanaian in quote loves to do late deals especially in the football industry.”

“Most of the clubs in the Premier League, in Division One, and even in the Women Premier League are very active. I know of a few clubs who will make big announcements Soon. I will be listening and I will be watching the Multimedia platforms for the exclusives,” he added.

The Hearts of Oak edition of the show will air on Friday, October 2020, followed by the Kotoko Edition on November 6 and then Omnibus edition on 13th November, 2020.