Hearts, Medeama SC and Karela FC fined for flouting Covid-19 protocols



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The Disciplinary Committee of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has announced decisions on cases of misconducts by three Premier League Clubs in the first round of the Ghana Premier League

Hearts of Oak SC, Medeama SC and Karela FC were all foundto have breached the GFA Match day Covid-19 Protocols at their respective match venues.

All three Clubs have been sanctioned by the Disciplinary Committee in its decisions.

read details of sanctions below :

Hearts of Oak

Hearts of Oak SC is hereby fined GHc5000 in accordance with Article 6.1.1 and warned to adhere strictly to the GFA Covid-19 Protocols in subsequent matches or face stiffer sanctions. The fine shall be paid to the GFA within 14 days failing which the GFA shall apply Article 15 of the Disciplinary Code The temporary decision to play all home matches behind Closed Doors at the Accra Sports Stadium is hereby lifted.

Medeama SC

Medeama SC is hereby fined GHc3000 in accordance with Article 6.1.1 and warned to adhere strictly to the GFA Covid-19 Protocols in subsequent matches or face stiffer sanctions. The fine shall be paid to the GFA within 14 days failing which the GFA shall apply Article 15 of the Disciplinary Code. The temporary decision to play all home matches behind Closed Doors at the Akoon Park, Tarkwa is hereby lifted.  

Karela FC

Karela FC is hereby fined GHc3000 in accordance with Article 6.1.1 and warned to adhere strictly to the GFA Covid-19 Protocols in subsequent matches or face stiffer sanctions The fine shall be paid to the GFA within 14 days failing which the GFA shall apply Article 15 of the Disciplinary Code The temporary decision to play all home matches behind Closed Doors at the CAM park, Aiyinase is hereby lifted.

Ghana | Atinkaonline.com