The Women’s Premier League clubs in the Northern Region are advised to smoke peace pipe and do away with the hatred they harbor for each other if they actually want to develop the players.
A renowned football administrator and marketing expert, Munkailu Mohammed Junior believes the poor performance of some of the Women’s Premier Clubs in Northern Region is due to “Pull Him Down” syndrome which he feels is not helping football development in the Region.
The former Marketing Officer of Real Tamale United stated that, “The disunity, petty quarrels, envy, jealousy, etc will not benefit Northern football at all”.
According to him, When one club is strong and performing well, it’s a silent wish that the others suffer in performance, and that’s bad!
The former CEO of Northern Ladies urge Northern Ladies and FC Savannah to workout their differences and desist from wishing ill for each other.
He added that, The least the number of premier clubs in the region, the more financial cost to the other clubs and the more the clubs from the region the less the financial cost to clubs.
Northern Ladies FC after the first round, drew 5 and lost 4 after 9 matches. The team is currently at the bottom of the table with just 5 points. FC Savannah on the other hand are just one point above the bottom team after winning one, drawing 3 and lossing 5 in 9 matches.
Pearlpea Ladies FC have so far proven their might to compete with Ampem Dakwa at the top of the table after winning 5, drawing 2 and loosing 2. Pearlpea Ladies are currently 2nd on the league log just 2 points behind Ampem Darkwa Ladies.
The second round of the Women’s Premier League start on the 4th of March 2022 at the various league centers.