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NSA clears the air on nationwide teams

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Sporting activities News of Monday, 27 July 2020

Source: GNA

2020-07-27

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The Nationwide Sports Authority (NSA) has cleared the Black Maidens and Princesses to go into campaign following the environmentally friendly gentle presented by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

The President of the Republic in his update Number 14 on steps taken towards the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic gave the Black Starlets, Maidens and the Princesses the greenlight to commence camping in advance of their respective intercontinental assignments.

A assertion signed by Prof. Peter Twumasi, Director General of the NSA and copied to GNA Athletics, urged nationwide teams to adhere to all protection protocols as they start out tenting adhering to the greenlight by the President.

“In line with the directions issued on 26th July 2020, by the President in the fight towards the COVID-19 pandemic, the female Below-20 and Below 17 nationwide football teams have been cleared to go into their respective instruction camps to start preparations to their FIFA and CAF sanctioned worldwide matches, which starts in September this 12 months.

“Whilst in training, they are expected to adhere strictly to all the protocols issued by the Governing administration, CAF, and FIFA.

“The directive even more mentioned that all other crew sports, call sporting activities, and competitive sporting activities still keep on being suspended right up until further detect,” the assertion said.

The assertion urged all stakeholders to adhere to and respect the directives of the President for their possess safety in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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