The two top Ghanaian clubs, Kumasi Asante Kotoko and Accra Hearts of Oak, according to reports, want the Ghana Football Association to give them a lion share of the television rights Star Times bought.
Star Times bought the broadcast rights for the Ghana Premier League for $5, 250, 000 for five years.
According to the report, Kumasi Asante Kotoko and Accra Hearts of Oak believe they are the clubs that can make more people subscribe to Star Times, therefore, they should be given more money to buy players that can attract the fans.
Also, the two clubs want the GFA to do what the Spanish Football Association is doing. In Spain, the two top clubs, Barcelona and Real Madrid get more money than the other club, therefore, Kotoko and Hearts believe it would not be new for a country to do that.
As at now, it is not clear if the two clubs have formally written to the FA about it, however, The Post understands the clubs have discussed it in their closet.