Football is one of the sports activities which is loved by many countries. When we talk about football we can’t leave Ghana behind. It is one of the interesting Sports games most individuals love to play and watch.
Football in Ghana has generated a lot of fans and income than other sports activities which are been played. Because of this, all the fans are always expecting someway of improvement in our sports activities, especially football.
It is a shame to see a pitch football match is been played comparing to our number of years football has become another source of income to the country and also our pedigree in football.
This picture was captured by Nhyira FM Kumasi and it was the first division match between two teams and it rains when the match was going on. The referee couldn’t stop the match played the game in the rain. It was sad to see how the pitch looks like, it was so muddy.
I don’t want to speak alone but see it yourself and judge if it is good to play a football match under this condition.
See the picture below;
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