Mr. Charles Amofa, the Public Relations Officer of the National Sports Authority (NSA) has revealed that all necessary inspections have been done at the CapeCoast Stadium ahead of World Cup Qualifiers with Zimbabwe.
The senior national team, Black Stars of Ghana will be facing the warriors of Zimbabwe on Saturday, October 9, 2021, thus, preparations are being done towards the day to ensure everything is perfect and ready for the match.
According to Mr. Amofa, every little detail at the CapeCoast stadium has been checked. He also assured that everyone who will be present at the match's role has been defined so they look forward to a smooth play.
Speaking to PeacePower Sports during an interview, the NSA Public Relations Officer said;
"Yesterday and Tuesday, Black Stars trained ahead of their Saturday game with Zimbabwe, However, in regards to the stadium being ready for the match, I can assure you that everything is in place.
Everyone who has a task on Saturday was present including security, medical, grounds etc with everyone's role clearly defined. So I can assure you that everything is set", he added.
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