The 2015/16 Premier League season is the best in Ghana’s football history- GFA vice Prez

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Ghana Football Association vice president George Afriyie believes the 2015/16 Ghana Premier League season is the best ever season he has witnessed.

The league ended last Sunday with Wa All Stars emerging as winners for the first time in their history.

New Edubiase, Sekondi Hasaacas and Techiman City were relegated.

For George Afriyie, the league this season is the best so far.

"This league has been very exciting. We've seen improvement in terms of attendance from the previous years and we've seen some fantastic displays from some young chaps and personally if you ask me, I think that this year's league will go down in history as one of the best leagues despite some few or pockets of incidence that happened during the season," he is quoted by told Pulse.com.gh.

"The most important thing is that one of the key products of the FA is the Premier League so if we are able to organize a successful league then it means we've achieved one of our key responsibilities. That is to organize a premier, a division one and a division two leagues in the country. So for us we will not be patting ourselves on the back but we think that it is a mandatory obligation for which we have fulfilled.

"It's not the first time, remember some teams have done it. Berekum Chelsea did it, Aduana did it and so for a young team like Wa All Stars winning the league for me it's not surprising. They prepared very well, maybe it was their target.

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