NSA Spokesperson Charles Amofah optimistic Ghana-Nigeria clash will be played in Cape Coast

National Sports Authority (NSA) PRO, Charles Amofah is exceptionally hopeful the Cape Coast Stadium is right now in a generally excellent condition and will be prepared very soon to have the game among Ghana and Nigeria in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.

At first, photos of the scene particularly the pitch, sprung up on friendly in an extremely tatted style after the country’s 65th Independence commemoration was honored at a similar setting.

Additionally it was accounted for that, Ghana is probably going to play the main leg at a neutral venue which could be Benin or Morocco on the off chance that it doesn’t satisfy FIFA’s guideline before game day.

NSA PRO Charles Amofah uncovered the office is now in an awesome condition and will proceed to have the game. He said;

We (NSA) are ready for the game to be hosted at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium. The Sports Minister is even at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium to inspect the facility”, he told Happy FM.

“Our duty as the handlers of the stadium is to ensure the pitch is ready for the game. The pitch is in good condition and we can even play a game today.

“We want to get the best of the pitch to ensure we organize a very successful game at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium.”

The first leg comes up in Cape Coast with the second leg in Abuja on Friday, March 25 and Tuesday, March 29, 2022 respectively.

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