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Wamanafo Incident: GFA flies in referee for full medical care
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Wamanafo Incident: GFA flies in referee for full medical care

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has flown into the capital, all four Referees who were assaulted during last Sunday’s Division One League game between Wamanafo Mighty Royals FC and Tano Bofoakwa FC. Centre Referee Niatire Suntuo Aziz, Assistants Suleman Mohammed and Yakubu Abdul Rahman and Fourth Referee Hasim Yakubu who are based in Tamale and Kumasi respectively have arrived in Accra for extensive medical check-up and care. This is in line with the GFA’s effort to ensure that the referees are given proper medical care following the incident. In an earlier response to the incident, the GFA, through General Secretary, Prosper Harrison Addo, Esq. called the affected referees on phone to empathize with them while assuring them of full Medical support by the Association. ...
Wamanafo Mighty Royals, two club officials charged for misconduct
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Wamanafo Mighty Royals, two club officials charged for misconduct

Wamanafo Mighty Royals have been charged on six counts of misconduct in relation to their Division One League match against Bofoakwa Tano at the Wamanafo CAM Park. An official of the Club, Daniel Asante and the Assistant Coach Stephen Gurah have both been charged on four counts of misconduct in relation the same match. The Club and the two officials are expected to submit their Statements of Defence or appear in person before the GFA Disciplinary Committee. Below are the Charge Sheets: WAMANAFO MIGHTY ROYALS FC STEPHEN GURAH - WMR DANIEL ASANTE - WMR (1)
Gov’t earmarks 3 coastal towns to construct modern fish landing sites
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Gov’t earmarks 3 coastal towns to construct modern fish landing sites

Minister of Transport, Kwaku Ofori Asiamah says government has earmarked three towns, Osu, Ekumfi Otuam and Mfantseman for the construction of modern fish landing sites. This brings the number of projects along the coastal region of Ghana to 14. Speaking on the ‘Eye on Port’ programme, Mr. Asiamah said these projects form part of government’s effort to revamp the fishing industry. Mr. Asiamah said Government had to revisit arrangements with the Chinese Development Bank for the construction of the sites. He said many processes are underway to ensure that these projects and many others along the coastal lines are realized. SOURCE: GBCGHANAONLINE
GFA reverse decision to admit spectators
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GFA reverse decision to admit spectators

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has decided to postpone the admittance of spectators to match venues following further consultative meetings with the National COVID-19 Task Force. The decision is based on measures being put in place in combating the COVID-19 pandemic during the Easter celebration and taking into consideration the continued efforts of Government to avoid a 3rd wave of the virus. The GFA shall in the coming days, develop and test further Protocols to safely admit fans into the stadium. The GFA will again, develop an Entry and Exit Protocol in addition to the existing approved Match Day COVID-19 Protocols including the introduction of advance ticketing to avoid overcrowding at entry points. The Ghana Football Association shall continue to work closely with ...
Hearts of Oak two other clubs fined for flouting Covid-19 match day protocols
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Hearts of Oak two other clubs fined for flouting Covid-19 match day protocols

The Disciplinary Committee of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has announced decisions on cases of misconducts by three Premier League Clubs in the first round of the Ghana Premier League Hearts of Oak SC, Medeama SC and Karela FC were all found to have breached the GFA Match day Covid-19 Protocols at their respective match venues. Accra Hearts of Oak and the two other Clubs have been sanctioned by the Disciplinary Committee in its decisions. Click below for the summary decisions: DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE- MISCONDUCT DECISIONS
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