By John Kwesi Arthur
Football Writer, kick442.com-Ghana
The president and founder of Die-hard supporters Union of Ghana, Abraham Nkansah who is popularly known as Apiruguchakapaama have refuted claims that club supporters are the causes of slump of the Ghana premier league.
Many of the club administrators have been lamenting over their inability to attract sponsorship due to the dented image of the league.
There have been claims that the attitudes and behaviors of some fans of some of the clubs at match venues have attributed to these woes.
Reacting to this on the Darling sports show dubbed, ‘Darling Sports Extra’, Mr. Abraham Nkansah said, it is not true that supporters are the cause of the declining value of the league, rather, the organisers should be blamed.
“You can’t blame supporters for the slump of our league. The very few individuals who misbehave at match venues are not supporters. They don’t even pay dues to the clubs so it can’t be generalized. The organisers of the league should be blamed,” Abraham Nkansah Cape Coast based Radio Darling FM.
On how hooliganism can be controlled at match venues, Mr. Nkansah said;
“The stadium announcers at match venues should be urged to educate the supporters on the effects of hooliganism on our games minutes before kickoff.”
He, therefore, appealed to all and sundry to come together and join his Union [Die – hard supporters union] to throw maximum support behind the national teams.
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