Monday, August 16, 2010

Last season, a Kessben FC player collapsed during a league match and died hours after he was rushed to the hospital.

Thus, the Premier League Board (PLB) has informed all the Premier League football clubs that they will be granted player registration cards only if they provide medical certificates for each player.

All the sixteen football clubs in the Premier League agreed at a congress held in March this year to conduct medical check-ups for each player listed for the season.

However, majority of the clubs are failing to comply with the directives.

The Chief Executive of Brong Ahafo (BA) Stars, Mr. Takyi Arhin was quoted by the local media as saying “the exercise was increasing clubs’ cost.”

The next season for the league is scheduled to commence on 5th September, 2010.


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