CapeCoast Stadium Not Available To Play World Cup Qualifiers – NSA to GFA

CapeCoast Stadium Not Available To Play World Cup Qualifiers – NSA to GFA

CapeCoast Stadium Not Available To Play World Cup Qualifiers - NSA to GFA

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The National Sports Authority (NSA) has informed the Ghana Football Association (GFA) that on Sunday, 6th March 2022 the CapeCoast Sports Stadium won’t be available for the Black Stars to use to play their World Cup qualifiers against Nigeria.
In the press release, the NSA has given them options either to use the newly renovated Baba Yara Sports Stadium or the Accra Sports Stadium for the game.
The Ghana Black Stars’ abysmal performance at the 2021 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) has triggered a lot of agitations amongst the people of Ghana.
They lost to Morocco in the opening match, drew with Gabon and were defeated shamefully by debutants Comoros. They had just a point and conceded 5 goals in all three games.
Due to the commemoration of the 65th Independence Anniversary Celebration at the Cape Coast Coast Stadium on 6th March, the Cape Coast Stadium has been declared unavailable for sporting activities in March 2022.
In view of this, the world cup playoff qualifier between the Black Stars of Ghana and the Super Eagles of Nigeria in March will be rescheduled to either the Baba Yara Sports Stadium or the Accra Sports Stadium
Read the full press release below.
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