The Nzema based club Karela United are set for the upcoming 2021/2022 Ghana Premier League. Karela who were absolutely outstanding in last year's Ghanaian top flight league are making all the necessary arrangements to start the 66th Ghana Premier League season in excellence just like they did in last season's league.
And talking about their adequate preparation towards the upcoming competition, they whole team, including the technical team, the Coaching staff, the playing body or the footballers paid a courtesy call on the chief of the Aiyinase Traditional Area.
Karela United entire squad together with all the other staff members of the club visited the Aiyinase Chief Nana Etwe Kpanyinli VI and his elders of the land at the chief's palace.
At the meeting, the team introduced the team for the season to the chief and further on they asked for the chief's prayers and blessings ahead of the Ghana Premier League that starts on the 30th of October, 2021.
Karela United did very well last season even though they failed to maintain the first position on the league table. The finished the league on the 8th position with 46 points. They come up against Aduana Stars on 30th of this month at the Crosby Awuah Memorial Park at Aiyinase.
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