Ghana’s African Cup of Nations Qualifier against Sudan is highly likely to be played without the fans due to coronavirus concerns, according to latest reports.
Ghana recorded its first case of the deadly COVID-19 yesterday after the Ministry of Health publicly confirmed there has been a case of two persons carrying the pandemic disease.
New developments surfacing has it that, the Ministry of Health have had a meeting with Ghana Football Association to inform CAF of their collective decision to play the game behind closed doors.
In attendance were General Secretary Prosper Harrison Addo, Black Stars management committee chairman George Amoako and Co-coordinator for the various national teams Alex Asante.
The GFA have been directed to inform CAF about the country’s decision on the said issue and if approved by CAF, the game will be played behind closed doors
The match is scheduled to be played on March 27, 2020