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Hearts administration, NCC alert soccer followers following stadium ban


Sports News of Monday, 8 February 2021

Source: GNA

2021-02-08

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The Administration of Accra Hearts of Oak, its supporter’s overall body, Countrywide Chapters Committee (NCC) has expressed displeasure at football admirers just after the Disciplinary Committee of the Ghana Soccer Association (GFA) questioned them to engage in their home matches driving shut doorways following a breach in COVID-19 protocols.

This progress comes immediately after Hearts had been identified responsible of breaching GFA COVID-19 protocols during a home match towards regional rivals, Accra Good Olympics.

A assertion signed by the club’s General public Relations Officer, Mr. Kwame Opare Addo, discovered that they were gutted by the conduct of some admirers inspite of actions taken for the strict adherence of basic safety protocols.

“This was notwithstanding our acutely aware and carries on public bulletins prior to and through the match on the want to notice strictly these protocols. We had marked the seats at the stadium in order to keep supporters two seats absent from each other.

“We hereby consider the prospect to remind all football admirers that COVID-19 is authentic, and we will have to all strictly abide by the protocols so we can halt its spread to save human lives.

“Management is also hereby warning lovers that it would not be reluctant to hand about to the ideal authorities any lover who does not regard or adhere to COVID-19 protocols with regards to social distancing and the donning of confront masks during long term online games,” the statement reported.

Hearts would kick start off their ban when they play driving closed doors versus Legon Cities in a match-day 13 at the Accra Sports activities Stadium later on on Sunday.



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