Mr Frederick Moore, the Chief Executive Officer of Hearts of Oak has maintained that the calls to call off the 2019/20 Ghana Premier League season will not be the best decision.
Football activities in the country have been halted by the Ghana Football Association (GFA) to slow the spread of coronavirus.
Due to uncertainty on the resumption of football activities, many have called to end the season and null and void to allow for a fresh start when things return to normal.
However, Moore disagrees and says it will be too hasty to take such a decision in the present.
"If we have the crisis that Italy has had, we would not be able to continue the league," he told Asempa FM.
“But if we have the crisis that Singapore has had, we will be able to continue the league.
“So I think it's too early in the Ghana curve to concentrate too much in the future. Let's look at what is happening now, what can we do as a club to support our players, to support our staff and to support our supporters.
“Then when everything is coming to an end can discuss all of those things.” he ended.
Ghana has recorded 287 cases with five recorded cases of death.