GFA asks Premier League clubs to provide medical service at venues

Published on: 27 September 2013
GFA asks Premier League clubs to provide medical service at venues
Ghana FA asks Premier League Clubs to provide medical services at match venues.

The Ghana Football Association has asked Premier League clubs to provide medical services at their venues during competitive matches.

Some clubs have not complied fully with this directive which has been stipulated in the GFA regulations and the Association has therefore called for a strict adherence to it.

Article 42.1 of the GFA regulations states that: “The host Club of any competitive match shall ensure that a qualified medical practitioner or paramedic is in attendance throughout the game. It is mandatory for host club to keep an ambulance and a crew or a standby vehicle at the match venue for the duration of the match”.

Match officials have therefore been entreated to strictly enforce this regulation and ensure that no League match shall be played without its observance.

Comments

  • ghanian fools
    says: 5 years ago
    this gayna childrens ligue is too poor..no wonder supersport signed a 34 million dollar deal with nigeria and only 2 millon for ur childrens ligue..supersport knows which country is king..improve ur childrens league so u can join the big boys
  • GHFUO, BE SERIOUS NOT PRIDEFUL!
    says: 5 years ago
    HEY ABOA NIPA NYANTAKYI. IF THE HOST CLUBS ARENT FOLLOWING. WHY DONT U FINE THEM? HIT THEM IN THEIR POCKETS. GYIMI NI....U ARE WAITING FOR PLAYERS TO DIE BEFORE U DO THINGS RIGHT? Some clubs have not complied fully with this directive which has been stipulated in the GFA regulations and the Association has therefore called for a strict adherence to it.