The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has reversed its earlier decision to allowed clubs to admit fans into the various stadia ahead of the start of the second round of the Ghana Premier League this weekend.
The GFA this week announced that they have given clubs the go-ahead to allow fans to watch their games. The country's football governing body further released a list of Clubs who will be allowed to admit fans into their respective stadia following their successful completion of the Stewards Training.
According to the Executive Council of the GFA, after getting the required approval to admit fans to their stadia, the sitting at all the underlisted stadia shall be limited to the 25% capacity granted by government aimed at ensuring social distancing.
However, the latest development is that, fans joy to see their clubs in action this week have been dashed according to a new release by the GFA.