Former Black Stars captain, Stephen Appiah has touted the quality level of the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League season.
The season has seen a revived Kotoko and Hearts of Oak occupy top and second spots on the league respectively.
The former Hearts of Oak forward believes the standard of this season’s league has risen to an appreciable level.
“This season, the league is looking interesting and very competitive,” Appiah told Citi Sports.
“Years back, there would have been a 12-year difference between the top two but this time around it is not like that.
Appiah who had a glittering professional career predominantly in Italy and Turkey, believes the league has so far ran beyond imagination.
“And all the teams have about three or four players that are outstanding and at a point, we were not seeing that.”
“That means they are doing well and our league is going well.” Appiah added.
Hearts of Oak who have 43 points in second will this afternoon play strugglers, Eleven Wonders at the Ohene Ameyaw Park in week 26.
Kotoko on the other hand lead the league with 45 points and will welcome WAFA to the Len Clay Stadium.
The top five has Karela in 3rd with 41 points, Medeama and Great Olympics share 40 points seated 4th and 5th.
Week 26 games starts with Hearts of Oak at Eleven Wonders with other games coming up on Saturday through to Sunday.