Dear Editor, The just-ended Premier League was one of the worst ever organised by the Professional League Board (PLB).
The court cases were simply too many, besides the boardroom points some clubs had to amass to reach where they found themselves at the end of the day.
Authorities of the game even failed to call to order the Board Secretary of Accra Hearts of Oak, Mr Ernest Thompson, who led Mr Emmanuel Otuquaye to fight the Ghana Football Association (GFA) in court. It is certainly a bad precedent.
Ghana football is still suffering from untold controversies and boardroom power-play. Who will save us from this disaster? We need a radical not a professional to man the game.