Sports News of Tuesday, 29 December 2015
The Vice President of Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA), Isaac Koomson has called on the media to patronise the Women football in a bid to sell the league to corporate Ghana.
The experienced administrator appealed to the media to allocate just a portion of their colossal attention to the Women football as the foetal National Women’s League (NWL) end.
Koomsom, however brushed aside any comparison made between the nation’s top flight and the National Women League.
The GHALCA veep pleaded for the priceless attention from the Ghanaian press towards the women football in terms of publicity and image projections.
Mr Koomson rallied the teaming press to flood the airwaves with information about Women football just as they do to their males counterparts.
The confident speaking GHALCA vice chairman, further charged the media not to wrongly compare women football with the already established male counterparts since it will be too harsh.
He told www.sportscrusader.com, “media can play advocacy role and not to compare and contrast with men football. They should publicise the women league on its own merits and that will sell the league.
The media can also help when they project the positives of Women football and publish just headline news about the women football. The key concept here is continuous publicity”.
Hasaacas ladies confirmed their domestic supremacy with another league trophy to their cabinet for the third time running.