Kotoko and Hearts of Oak faces GFA ban for allegedly flouting covid 19 rules in their friendly games
By Kwameodey7 | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 192 views
Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak faces GFA ban for allegedly flouting covid 19 protocols.
Hearts of Oak and Kumase Asante Kotoko are under investigation by the Ghana football Association for allegedly flouting the covid 19 protocols.
Kumase Asante Kotoko played a friendly game yesterday morning against Kumase based club Ebony football club at the Adako Jachie training grounds. Kotoko emerged victors by 5:2 scoreline. Naby Keita had a brace, Solomon Sarfo Taylor, Patrick Asmah and had the goals for the club.
Hearts of Oak also won in a similar fashion securing a 4:2 win against Banana Inn Fc. Isaac Mensah and Kwame Obeng Junior all got on the score sheet in the routine win at the St Joseph Acquanis park.
Teams are to secure a covid 19 clearance before they can play a football game per the covid rules of the GFA. Kotoko and Hearts of Oak are believed not to have tested and granted the required clearance before their game.
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