The Ghana Football Association (GFA), have revealed that all players and accredited officials have completed mandatory Covid-19 testing ahead of the upcoming season.
The Ghana Premier League is scheduled to kick start on Saturday 14 November 2020 with a match between Accra Hearts of Oak and Aduana Stars at Dormaa.
As part of preparations for the nee season, the GFA last month announced that it’ll begin the testing of all players and club staff and officials of the 18 Premier League teams.
The GFA also stated the process of testing is in collaboration with government’s Covid-19 task force to ensure football is played in the safest conditions.
“Government has assisted us and we have all 30 registered players and 15 officials of all Premier League clubs,” GFA Communications Director Henry Asante Twum told Luv FM during Monday Night Sports.
“We are grateful to [the] government for this support and this process will not be a one-off thing, it will also go on as go along.
He also revealed that the government has ensured all Stadia available for use for the 2020/21 season have undergone fumigation.
“By kind courtesy of the Ministry of Youths and Sports and the National Sports Authority, we have fumigated all various league centres and it is something that will be done continuously.”