Ghana Football Association have procured modern day officiating gadgets for domestic football as part of their plans to improve officiating on the local scene.
The complete pack includes communication devices that will network the match day officials when domestic football resumes after the COVID 19 induced suspension.
President of the Federation, Kurt Simon Okraku, recently affirmed his outfit’s plans to migrate the home base officials onto the international scale with such devices to minimize errors on the pitch.
The items will be piloted in selected games when domestic football resumes before they are handed over to the newly appointed referees manager, Mr Alex Kotey.
Officials in the lower tier of Ghana football are also expected to get a feel of the newly acquired devices to update their chosen profession.