The country’s Premier basketball League has been dominated by the Custom Excise and Preventive Service (CEPS) over the past ten years with virtually no team in contention to dethrone them.
Critics have labeled the League as highly uninspiring due to the dominance of CEPS over the years.
The likes of Tema Youth, Hoops, Reformers, Police, Panthers, Magic, Warriors and Holy Family have tried unsuccessfully to unseat the capital-based side.
But the head trainer of Prisons Service is promising a paradigm shift of focus this time around.
“This season is going to be a different ball game. We’re prepared as a team and from what I’ve seen and heard, it’s not going to be a straight forward thing.” Agbleta said
“CEPS I believe are not going to take it easy this time around. We need competition in the League and the only way out is to ensure others come to the party.
“I believe we have what it takes to beat them to the title and we’re working towards it.
“Some of us can only hope but the main actors are the players who will be involved in the action week-in-week out.
“We just hope for fair grounds.”
The Greater Accra League is expected to start on April 10.