Sports activities News of Tuesday, 29 September 2020
The Ghana Soccer Affiliation (GFA) Ethics Committee has warned Mentor Joseph E. Sarpong and Coach Kwame Ntow Gyan to be of great behaviour in accordance with Portion 2 Post 7(1) (a) (Disciplinary Steps) of the GFA Code of Ethics.
In addition, they shall undertake social get the job done to offer community instruction and carry out programmes on anti-doping and anti-drug abuse in sports activities, football, and the youth in typical.
They are envisioned to liaise with an NGO that is engaged in this kind of programmes for a time period of six months just after which the NGO shall post a satisfactory functionality report on their providers.
These conclusions ended up taken by the Ethics Committee immediately after obtaining two audio recordings in which Mentor JE Sarpong and Coach Ntow Gyan alleged in radio interviews, that “60% of players in the Ghana Leading League and the Division A person League smoke marijuana (weed)”.
The responses have been deemed to have introduced the match into disrepute and breached Posting 11(2) (a), (b), and (d) of the GFA Disciplinary Code (2019).
Nevertheless, in their respective Statements of Defence, each coaches apologized and admitted that their feedback have been inappropriate.
In its ruling on both cases, the Committee has asked equally coaches to publicly retract the responses and deliver audio proof to the Committee.
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