Sports Information of Sunday, 16 August 2020
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Dr. Kwame Baah Nuakoh, the head of the club licensing board, believes that the club licensing board would have to make tweaks to their rules to suit the current occasions.
The 2019/20 Ghana football period was cancelled thanks to coronavirus and the GFA have introduced that the new season will start out in October.
The period, nonetheless, will consider into thing to consider the spread of COVID-19 with tests anticipated to be taken of players. Nuakoh has mentioned that the licensing board ought to also adapt their restrictions.
“In phrases of club licensing, we have to confess that we are not able to carry out the rules as it is published. If you appear at the English FA, what they did is that they seemed at the Leading League rule reserve and when they realized that COVID had taken a toll on quite a few components, they ammended the restrictions. For the period, they experienced two rule books,” he advised Joy FM.
“The club licensing board must not sit again and assume that mainly because the FA has not modified anything in congress so we are even now implementing the laws we have. We need to have to be adaptable ample to go with the present-day occasions,” he extra.
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