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We offered more money than StarTimes – GBC exposes GFA on television rights

Ghana Broadcasting Corporation, GBC has questioned why the Ghana Football Association award Television Rights of the Ghana Premier League to StarTimes.

Yesterday the Ghana Football Association released a statement awarding the Television Right of the Ghana Premier League and FA Cup to StarTimes in a 5 years deal worth $1,050,000 a year.

The GFA defended this decision, saying StarTimes offered the best deal monetary-wise.

Read more: Breaking!! StarTimes awarded TV rights for the Ghana Premier League

GBC in a statement has exposed the GFA on why they opted for StarTimes instead of the Nation’s broadcaster.

 

According to GBC, they offered more money than StarTimes offered which is $1,100,000. They made another solid point that unlike StarTimes, they offer free nationwide coverage to every home in Ghana which can help up interest in the local game.

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