NCC is promising to do more in 2017.
NCC promises more support in 2017
Posted on: Sun Jan 01, 2017 - Report by Gideon Boakye Botchway
The National Circles Council (NCC) has christened 2017 as a year of 'divine takeover of the supporters' as they have resolved to become more relevant to the club.
In their New Year message, the NCC Chairman, Kwaku Amponsah, said the supporters wing was an indispensable branch which they want to make more useful to club. They however pledged to support Management, fill the stadium and help the team to win more laurels this year.
To serve as catalyst, the NCC, according to him, will soon introduce new programmes, policies and measures to revive the Circles.
"As we go along to welcome the new football season, let's all put our shoulders to the wheel to support Management in all diverse ways to [win] the league trophy and add to our wardrobe all important trophies in 2017".
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