Sports activities News of Monday, 27 July 2020
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The Countrywide Athletics Authority has urged the a few nationwide groups who have been provided clearance by President Nana Akufo-Addo to go into camping to strictly adhere to the laid down protocols on COVID-19.
The clearance from the NSA will come on the again of announcement by President Akufo-Addo that the a few national groups can go into camping and get ready for their assignments afterwards this calendar year.
The NSA in a statement copied to www.ghanaweb.com urged the teams to act in accordance with the measures place in position to deal with the coronavirus.
“In line with the Presidential Directives issued on 26th July, 2020 by His Excellency the President, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo in the battle from the COVID-19 pandemic, the feminine Less than-20 and Underneath-17 nationwide soccer teams have been cleared to go into their respective training camps to start off preparations towards their FIFA and CAF-sanctioned global matches, which begin in September this year”, excerpt of the assertion reads.
In the meantime, the GFA has expressed its profound gratitude to the government and Sporting activities Ministry for granting their ask for to allow the a few groups go into tenting.
Communications Director of the FA, Henry Asante Twum certain that the preventive etiquettes suggested by the authorities, FIFA and CAF will be strictly adhered to by the group.
“We are grateful to our sector minister, the Covid-19 advisory crew and the President for agreeing to chill out the restrictions and allow our girls and Black Starlets to resume tenting. It is for the superior of the country. We will observe all the protocols,” he mentioned.
The Black Princesses will confront Guinea-Bissau in September in first round of the 2021 FIFA U-20 Women’s Globe Cup qualification.
Black Maidens will be in action in October when qualification for 2021 FIFA U-17 Women’s Environment Cup resume.
Down below is the NSA’s statement
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