The debutants boss believes it was unnecessary for the top-flight to be suspended despite the pending outstanding games
Karela United FC coach John Smith has insisted that he disagrees with the Premier League Board following their decision to suspended Ghana Premier matchday 13 and 14 fixtures until all outstanding games are cleared.
Following Aduana’s participation in the Caf Confederation Cup, they have had six of their games postponed as a result and the top-flight’s highest decision body believes it will be prudent to clear all games before the first round ends.
”For me the league should have continued. When the league is in progress, the players get to improve everyday,” Smith told Nhyira FM.
”However, when there is a break, the players attitude change and their attitude towards training is always different. Everyone need a break but sometimes it is not the best.”
Aduana are expected to host Liberty Professionals on Thursday in the matchday one outstanding game before they welcome Raja Casablanca to the Nana Agyemang Badu I Park on May 16.