Renovated Baba Yara Sports Stadium among 11 match venues rejected by GFA Club Licensing Board

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The recently redesigned Baba Yara Sports Stadium is among 11 settings to have been dismissed by the Ghana Football Association Club Licensing Board in front of the beginning of the 2021-22 Ghana Premier League season.

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This Baba Yara Sports Stadium which had been shut down for remodel for just about year and a half was formally proclaimed for use by the National Sports Authority in September after the Minister of Youth and Sports Mustapha Ussif visited to check work done at the office and affirmed it preparation for utilization.

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The scene is home to Ghana Premier League sides Asante Kotoko and King Faisal Babes. The two groups needed to play their home games away last season because of the conclusion of the office.

Kotoko were in Accra for their home games prior to moving to Obuasi Len Clay Sports Stadium for the second 50% of the period.

The Club License Board left on a visit to really take a look at the settings and support it for utilization in front of the coming season.

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Just four scenes were supported or allowed restrictive permit to work with the others including the recently redesigned Baba Yara Sports Stadium, Accra Sports Stadium, Theater of Dreams and nine others having their permit repudiated.

The choices were taken dependent on the reports got from the Club Licensing Manager from the examination visits across the different settings.

The Club Licensing Committee was not happy with the reports of the multitude of settings submitted.

Be that as it may, four scenes specifically; WAFA Park, Aliu Mahama Stadium, Cape Coast and the Len Clay Stadium have been allowed contingent endorsement forthcoming the adjustment and additionally surrenders as expressed in the examination reports by October 18, 2021.

In the interim, 15 Clubs have had their Main scenes restrictively dismissed forthcoming a re-investigation to discover the situation with suggestions as trained in the choices of the Club Licensing Committee.

The Club Licensing Committee will settle on official conclusions on the scenes after the last investigation on October 18, 2021.

The choices on the match settings will be last for the time of the first round. The Club Licensing Committee will just survey choices of the match scenes to refresh the setting list before the beginning of the second round.

The following is a report on the matches settings from the assessment visit by the Club Licensing Board.

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