The chairman of the Premier League Board (PLB), Welbeck Abra-Appiah has disclosed that the Ghana FA has procured a software to keep all vital statistics in the 2014-15 season.
He indicated this during the launch of the new Premier League season at the FA secretariat earlier on Wednesday.
“The GFA has assisted us to acquire a new software and it is very sacrosanct and this software provides statistics of all the players,” Abra-Appiah said.
The name of the software is called Competitive Management System and is expected to keep records like player profile, red cards, yellow cards, goals and substitutions.
This software would save the Ghana FA of controversial issues that arise in terms of red cards, yellow cards and other disciplinary issues that lead to protest.
The Ghana Premier League commences this weekend in all the eight league centres.