Sports News of Tuesday, 5 January 2016
The Vice President of the Ghana League Club Association (GHALCA) Isaac Koomson has predicted a keenly competitive First Trust G6 tournament ahead of tomorrow’s kick-off.
The inaugural preseason tournament kicks off at the Western Region involving six of the nation’s finest clubs after highly competitive 2015 FCPPL domestic season.
The maiden tourney is set to replace the traditional top four tournament after it expansion to include the FA cup finalists.
The much expected curtain raiser for the 2016 kicks off on January 7, 2016 after a long absence of domestic football.
The legal tussles at the FA level has denied fans access to the top flight league but Koomson promised fans of an even keener competitive league when the G6 kicks off at the Western regions.
He called on Ghanaians to improve on patronage as it will add vibe to the competition.
He said, “I can see an even keener competitive tournament than the premier league.
“The teams are ready for the tournament and you can see it ahead of the kick off tomorrow.
The fans should come and add vibe to the competition”.He added.
“We are looking at providing Metro Mass Transport at the various terminals for a token to improve attendance at the match venue.” He noted.