We have been advising a lot of team especially the big clubs who have sent the club abroad should be the people doing this. The power of the club is to ensure that, everything is the right order. We have been yearning on these teams for some time now wishing them the best of luck but internally there has been a lot of unsatisfactory management to guide the team to victory.The bus will serve as the club’s main source of transport when the new season commences in November. The Aiyinase base outfit becomes the latest Ghana Premier League side to receive a bus from a corporate organization after Hearts of Oak. With the details, Karela United are really going to benefit from this bumper deal as they will be given $100,000 per year, which sums up to $300,000 within the three years. In most cases, if we check the views of most clubs the performance is being affected by the kind of pitch they play on which look not condusive for them. Karela thus becomes the second Ghana Premier League side to receive a bus from a cooperate organization after Hearts of Oak were also handed a 40-seater bus by StarLife Assurance.
The gesture from GNPC is to aid the Club with transportation issues when the new season begins. The former Division one League zone II Champions have also completed the renovation of the Anyinese CAM Park which is also said to have been funded by the Petroleum company. The gesture from GNPC is to aid the Club with transportation issues when the new season begins. Ghana National Petroleum Corporation presented the state of the art bus to the former Division One Zone II league champions as part of their corporate social responsibilities. only that, GNPC are also going to provide accommodation facilities to the first team players, take care of player salary and that of the technical team including purchasing of a new bus and player recruitment. A statement below; "The scope of the sponsorship include: (a) The construction of accommodation facilities to host members of the first team of the Club; (b) Salaries of coaching staff; (c) Purchase a suitable team bus; (d) Recruitment and salaries for new players; and (e) Maintenance of the playing body." According to the CEO of GNPC, Dr. Kofi Kodua Sarpong, they are doing this also to spread the benefit they get from their Petroleum operations to the people of Ghana especially those living in frontline communities. The 27-year-old joins the Anyinase based club from lower-tier side Bibiani Gold Stars on a free transfer.
Hearts of Oak was interested in the Karela forward Diawisie Taylor who has scored 12 goals in the league. The astro turf is doing all the magic for the club and management are making sure that the player is payed well so that they maintain him to help them win the league. The turf has been in the best shape not like other teams ensuring that success will come the way of the club and move on in the right direction to gain a better deal abroad for the player. In other to prevent competition in the league, the team never wants to sell to any local club. Karela United who are chasing a first league title in their history see the arrival of the creative midfielder as a boost to their chances of success. The Anyinase based club has been outstanding in the ongoing season and is currently occupying sit 1st position with 21 points after 12 matches. However, the former Hearts of Oak and Bibiani Gold Stars top marksman believes his outfit is the clear favourite for the title and has promised to give his all in order to help them clinch the title. “I believe Karela United will win the league. I’m 100% sure because the team have got quality. People may argue about it but I believe my club is ready for something” he told S.K Ntim of Bryt FM in Koforidua.
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