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Sports News of Monday, 18 November 2019


NSA caution fans of unacceptable behaviour at national stadia

The National Sports Authority (NSA) has cautioned football fans to be of good behaviour at the various national stadia to avert any sanctions including banishment.

According to the release signed by Mr Charles Obeng Amofah, Acting Head of Public Relations of NSA, the general public should be reminded that safety of all persons at their facilities is paramount to them.

"The Authority is using this medium to express its displeasure with the behaviour a fan, Awal Suleman who invaded the pitch, which brought proceedings to a halt for some minutes."

"We wish to caution fans that, the behaviour was unacceptable and that any such acts would not be countenanced in the future."

“The general public should be reminded that safety of all persons at our facility is paramount and as such sanctions including total banishment from our facilities may be imposed on such hooligans," it stated.

The NSA has thus congratulated the Black Stars and the Black Meteors in their respective national assignments and urged them not to relent but work harder to raise the flag of Ghana high.

The Black Stars would take on Sao Tome and Principe on Monday, November 18, 2019, in the 2021 AFCON qualifier as the Black Meteors take on Ivory Coast in the semifinals of the ongoing U23 AFCON tournament in Egypt in a bid to book a slot for the 2020 summer Olympics Games in Japan.

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