Disappointment has hit football fans in Ghana after the epic clash between Aduana and Accra Hearts of Oak was called off due to COVID-19.
Aduana were supposed to host Hearts of Oak at Dormaa’s Nana Agyemang Badu Park on Saturday November, 14, 2020.
The Ghana Football Association saw the need to cancel the local league game which was supposed to be the opener for the 2020/2021 season as a result of COVID -19.
Medical tests on the officials and players of Aduana and Hearts of Oak gave some worrying results.
Hearts of Oak revealed last week that three players have tested positive to the corona virus.
The GFA Exceutive then informed all the stakeholders that the match has been called off.
An official communiqué on the GFA website confirmed:
“Aduana Stars’ Ghana Premier League Match-day 1 clash against Hearts of Oak has been called off.
This decision was taken after the GFA was informed that Players and Officials of Hearts of Oak will need further tests before playing a match.
Further tests would be conducted by the Ghana Health Service.”
Meanwhile the GFA are yet to confirm all other matches that are due for Sunday to be played or not.