Athletics Information of Saturday, 6 February 2021
Source: Ghana Soccernet
Board chairman of Medeama SC, Dr. Toni Aubynn has strongly condemned the breaching of COVID-19 protocols by enthusiasts of the club in the matchday 12 Ghana Leading League face against Hearts of Oak.
The Tarkwa-based mostly club flouted primary COVID-19 protocols such as social distancing and putting on of nose-masks as they view the Mauve and Yellows conquer the Phobians.
In spite of the magnitude of the match, Dr. Aubynn believes that really should not have necessitated the reckless actions of the enthusiasts and admits the FA will be ideal to hand them a ban.
“As Chair of the Board of Medeama SC, I strongly condemn the incident at the Akoon Park on Thursday, February 4, when observation of the COVID protocols, particularly social distancing, as prescribed by the authorities and the GFA was underneath par,” he said.
“I concede that the Club may well have been overcome by the presence of mighty Accra Hearts of Oak and the sheer motivation of thousands of supporters from the nearby communities seeking to see their idols clubs actively playing in Tarkwa at the time or so in a 12 months.
“This is, on the other hand, no excuse for the protocols to be breached. There is no doubt that the coronavirus is raging rampaging and no a person must choose it for granted. I have questioned for a full report.
“But even before I acquire this report, allow me individually apologise to the GFA and the general public for this aberration. Medeama is a legislation-abiding club and we have shown this in the previous. This won’t materialize again,” he concluded.