Ghanaian Clubs to Pay $100 for Testing Each Player on Coronavirus

Ghanaian Football Clubs will have to pay $100 to test each player if the 2019-2010 Football League is to resume.

All social gatherings including football has been put to a halt by the Government of Ghana following the outbreak of the deadly Coronavirus.

Measures have been put in place to resume football in the midst of the pandemic, one of them being testing players before playing games.

Speaking on how much it will cost clubs to run the test for their players, President of Unity Football Club a division club in the country, Mr. Osei Richmond said each player will need $100 to run a test for a player.

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