StarTimes, the official broadcasting holders of the Ghana Premier League has paid to the GPL clubs their second trance share of the deal.
The amount which is confirmed as $54oo add up to the first of $5000 received by the Ghana Premier League clubs as their share for telecasting their games live.
StarTimes signed a 10 year deal with the Ghana Football Association to telecast live the GPL matches and as part of the deal has fulfilled what is due the clubs.
In an interview with ghanaguardian.com, the Head of Communications for Accra Hearts of Oak, Kwame Opare Addo confirmed the payment indicating that it has come at the right time.
He said; “I think the money has come at the right time and would help some of the club because we can at least use it to play two away matches”.
StarTimes as part of the agreement is expected to give the 16 GPL clubs amount totalling $16000 meaning a third trance payment will be issued to the clubs as the season wears on.
The Ghana Premier League is currently on a one month break and will resume officially on Saturday, 26th August, 2017.