The Ghana FA is worried over the state of the pitch at the particular Cape Coast Stadium for next week’s 2021 Africa Cup associated with Nations qualifier against South Africa.

The lack of permanent grounds has left the message in a bad state with the grass now brown with just a few days to the match against the Bafana Bafana.

Ghana FA sent some of its leading officials to inspect the stadium, hotels and training pitches in Shawl Coast on Monday with regard to next occurrence match which led to the discovery.

Executive Council members Frederick Acheampong plus Linford Asamoah were joined by the Deputy General Secretary of the GFA Alex Asante as they travelled from Accra to assess typically the city’s level of preparedness for this game.

The particular Regional FA chairman,   Robert Duncan and the Regional Sports Development Officer (RSDO) Sarfo Adjei met often the delegation when they inspected the arena and your other training pitches.

Typically the grass at the Hat Coast Arena was brownish when the exact delegation visited the place, sparking concerns that the field would be patchy regarding the match but officials assured the very GFA that will by a match day it will be lush green as work was underway.

This delegation also inspected the main floodlights in addition to standby generators for the game as the match up will be played at 7pm to allow workers the time to attend the game.

Often the two hotels scheduled intended for South The african continent and Ghana, respectively, are Elmina Beach Hotel and even the Royal Ridge Hotels.

They were satisfied with finally, the hotels but asked of which work on the pitch and other minor things be escalated before next week.

Black Stars Head Coach Kwesi Appiah will have all his 23 players available by November 12 ahead of  the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against South Africa together with São Tomé and Príncipe.

The European leagues will break this coming weekend along with players free to join their respective national teams for that various competitions and qualifiers.

  –Ghanasoccernet

Ghanaian Times


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