Aduana chief Commey backs Ghana FA after league postponement

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The Fire Club's chief believes the suspension of the league for a month is laudable

Aduana Stars chief executive officer Albert Commey claims the decision by Ghana FA and premier league board to suspend the top-flight until August 27 is a step in the right direction.

The league's organising body released a statement on Tuesday to halt the season to make way for 2017 Wafu tournament which will kickoff on September 9 in Takoradi and Cape Coast as well as the 2018 Chan qualifier against Burkina Faso.

"When such force majeure comes and other very important assignments are there, you are forced to go on such breaks," Commey was quoted as saying by

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"For instance, what happened to Kotoko was unfortunate, you don't expect it and we have no choice to give them ample time to recover.

"When you look at the Chan tournament, it is another opportunity to brand Ghana and for that matter I would love to see our full force to make sure we get the ultimate. So for that matter, the PLB's proposal is in order," he added.

Aduana Stars lead the table with 44 points, a point better than Wafa with six games remaining.