The 2020-21 Ghana Premier League (GPL) opening game between Hearts of Oak and Aduana Stars on Saturday has been called off.
Although not mentioned a publication by the Ghana Football Association (GFA) on its official website.
The two teams were set to face off in a fixture at the Nana Agyeman Badu I Park in Dormaa.
The game that was supposed to mark the return of top-flight football in Ghana for the first time since March, when the coronavirus pandemic disrupted the 2019-20 football season.
All other matchday one matches of the 2020-21 GPL season are set to go on as originally scheduled.
“Aduana Stars’ Ghana Premier League Match-day 1 clash against Hearts of Oak has been called off,” the GFA announced on Friday evening.
“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.
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“Further tests will be conducted by the Public Health services.
“The GPL match which was scheduled to be played at the Agyeman Badu Park I on Saturday November 14 is postponed till further notice.
“The GFA has taken steps to inform both teams and all other stakeholders.”