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The Ghana Football Association (GFA) have announced that the
2020/21 season will commence in the second week of October 2020, subject to
approval from the Government of Ghana.
This decision was taken at an Executive Council meeting on
Tuesday, July 14, 2020, as the GFA, take measures for the resumption of football
in this Covid-19 period.
The 2019/2020 season has been cancelled due to the outbreak
of the coronavirus pandemic that has affected many social activities worldwide.
A release published on the website of the GFA said, this
decision was arrived at after taking into consideration several factors in
relation to the game and the safety protocols announced by Government as well
as the Association’s continuous engagement with the COVID-19 Advisory Team.
The release said the GFA will continue to work with
Government, the Ministry of Youth and Sports, the National Sports Authority,
the Ghana Health Service, the GFA Medical Committee, clubs and all relevant
stakeholders to bring back football in the safest way for all participants.
The new season which will be run as a project will be dubbed
– Football Against COVID-19 – offering entertainment to Ghanaians while staying
safe at home.
The Executive Council also discussed the possibility of
changing the format of the Leagues following the effects of the COVID-19
The new season may be designed differently to ensure
completion and one of the scenarios being considered is playing behind closed
doors at carefully selected game centres.