Ghana Premier, Division One and Women’s top flight league will finally heave a big sigh of relief in this weekend’s matches.
Clubs in these divisions will welcome 25% football fans to their various stadia after the government of Ghana lifted the ban last week.
In reference to the Ghana Premier league, it enters match-day 21 with games across various venues.
Following the delay in announcing the lifting of the ban, the 25% fans’ return to the stadia will take effect from match-21.
Ghanaian club’s main source of income is through gate proceeds and this news comes to them as a huge relief.
The principal actors equally need the fans to spur them on during games and that news is equally palatable to the players.
Great Olympics have been a revelation in the 2020/21 Ghana premier league season having beaten and drawn with Asante Kotoko in the first and second round.
They defeated regional rivals, Hearts of Oak 2-0 in the first at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Coach Annor Walker has shaped the side into a winsome side since taking charge.
It is not surprising that they lie second on the 2020/21 Ghana premier league season.
The Dade Boys have gathered 34 points from 20 matches, one better than regional rivals, Hearts of Oak who are in 3rd.
Great Olympics will next travel to Cape Coast as guest of Ebusua Dwarfs.
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