Ghana Football Association Bans Karela United For Flouting Covid-19 Protocols In Matchday 13
Premier League side Karela United has been ban for acting contrary to the Covid-19 match day mitigation measures put in place by GFA following the clash against Asante Kotoko.
The Ghana Football Association statement indicated,” The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has taken notice of the violations of the GFA Covid-19 matchday mitigation measures that took place at the CAM Park, Aiyinase during the Matchday 13 Ghana Premier League game between Karela United and Asante Kotoko SC.
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The club has been referred to the GFA Disciplinary Committee at its next sitting for breaching the GFA Covid-19 Matchday protocols.
In a letter to the club, the GFA informed the club that until the Disciplinary Committee determines their case, all home matches of the club should be played behind closed doors of which only ten members of Karela FC will be allowed at the stadium and Ten(10) management members of the away clubs during matches at CAM Park, Aiyinase.
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“The GFA has issued a statement assuring all Ghanaians that the Association will continue to support the national fight against the covid-19 pandemic. The Association has also urged all clubs to continue with the education of all their supporters and the public on the COVID-19 protocols. The Association will continue its engagements with all relevant stakeholders for the safety of all. Let us all be good Ambassadors”.
However, the GFA has stated that only twenty (20) media persons shall be allowed to be accredited by the GFA and that no other person shall be allowed into the stadium.
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Credit: Ghana Soccer Page 1