Division Two Clubs in Zone Two under the Western Regional Football Association have called on the head of the regional governing body, Hon. Simon Ehomah, to consider game centres to reduce hooliganism.
The humble appeal was made during a meeting held in Aiyinase in the Ellembelle District between the Western Regional Football Association and the clubs in the area.
The meeting was held to discuss matters about the 2021/2022 Division Two League season, player registration, and other concerns ahead of the new season.
The Western Regional Football Association Chairman, Hon. Simon Ehomah addressed the attendees and promised that the upcoming season will be marked by live coverage, improved officiating, WRFA support for player registration, and efficient updates on their activities.
On their part, Division Two clubs in the Zone said hooliganism had been a setback for the betterment of football in the region and Ghana at large.
According to them, the only way to end it is to adopt the Game Centre format, a procedure used in the 2020/21 Western Regional Division Two League season.
They also called on the association not to consider protests but to prevent clubs with fake payer registration cards from participating in the upcoming 2022/23 league season.
However, they hinted at how some sports journalists in Sekondi-Takoradi, frequently contacted them to voice their animosity at Hon. Simon Ehomah’s administration.
Club representatives commended Hon. Simon Ehomah and his entourage for an excellent job carried out since they assumed office as the association presented the teams with the Zone Two League Table for the 2021/22 Division Two League.
They promised to assist the Regional Chairman and his staff in ensuring the smooth operation of the Western Regional Football Association.