An inspection team from the Confederation of African Football (CAF) led by Anthony Baffoe are currently in the country for the final inspection of facilities to be used for the hosting of the African Women’s Cup of Nations, AWCON 2018.
Today, the Anthony Baffoe led team took time to visit the Accra Sports Stadium to check the sort of work that has gone in especially from the first visit where they talked about certain recommendations.
The CAF inspectors were said to be unimpressed during their first visit to the country.
The team will also be looking at the training pitches, how well they have been put together in terms of the dressing rooms and the pitch itself.
The Cape Coast sports stadium and the Accra sports stadium will be the two venues to host the tournament next month.
However, the local organizing committee (LOC) for the AWCON 2018 has assured that, Ghana is ready to host the rest of Africa and are certain there will not be any red flags when the inspection team goes round to check the facilities.
Karela United have confirmed a friendly game with Asante Kotoko on Sunday.
Kotoko on Sunday, October 21, 2018, will be seeking revenge against the Western Region side at Aiyinase.
The Kumasi-based team will go to the CAM Park for the second time this year with the aim of avenging a 3-1 Premier League defeat suffered in the hands of the Premier League new entrants in May this year.
The game which is scheduled for 3 PM, would be the third in nine days for the Porcupines after the 3-0 defeat to the Black Stars and the 3-1 win over Burkinabe Premier League side Save African Child FC in Kumasi.
It will be the ninth major friendly encounter for the Porcupines after the suspension of the 2018 Premier League, and the second to be played outside Kumasi after the 1-1 drawn game against Simba FC in Tanzania.
Kotoko have been in tremendous shape this term and scored sixteen goals from eight games with Burkinabe import Yacouba Songne fetching seven of them.
The GFA Normalization Committee is set to meet the premier league and the Division One Clubs for a consultative meeting on Friday, October 19, 2018, to familiarize and seek members concerns on the state of Ghana Football.