Ghana Football Association(GFA) General Secretary, Prosper Harrison Addo has entreated all the Ghana Premier League Clubs to follow the GFA Covid-19 safety measures to avoid sanctions.
The GFA due to a scare of a third wave announced that all matches be played behind closed doors for the meantime as the league enters the second round.
Nonetheless, some supporters sneaked their way into the stadiums when the second round commenced last weekend with Eleven Wonders hosting a full house during their game against Asante Kotoko last Saturday.
The GFA reacted with a temporal home banned on Wonders.
The FA had already fined Hearts of Oak, Karela United, and Medeama for flouting the safety measures during the first round when 25% of fans were allowed into the match venues.
Hence, Prosper Addo believes to get a ‘clean competitive’ season, the clubs should adhere to the protocols to escape punishments.
“…Of course, the GFA approved protocols, there is a provision for punishment. At least Accra Hearts of Oak, Medeama and Karela have faced all faced the punishment. So we will plead with the clubs to obey the very provisions we have. And then we have a clean competitive game devoid of any punishment for anybody”