PFAG Encourages Clubs to Adhere to COVID-19 Protocols as Resumption of Football Nears

The Professional Footballers Association Ghana (PFAG) has encouraged all stakeholders to abide by guidelines and protocols drawn up to prevent any possible spread of the COVID-19 pandemic across match venues once football activities return in November.


The Association has noted with great satisfaction the commitment by all stakeholders to ensure health measures are at the forefront of any preparations for the recommencement on the domestic scene, of the game we all love.


This comes against the backdrop of on-going mandatory COVID-19 tests by various Ghana Premier League clubs, as they gear up for their preseason training regimens.


Players and technical staff of Asante Kotoko and Karela United were among the most recent to undergo the testing.


The PFAG on behalf of all Ghanaian professional footballers reiterates its firm belief that together we can win our fight against the global pandemic by ensuring that we all stay true to the clearly outlined safety measures.


The PFAG continues to stand with you and for you!

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