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PLB Reviews Security – At League Centres

The Premier League Board (PLB) of the Ghana Football Association has reviewed security and medical arrangements at Premier League Centres to check “intimidation and harassment of visiting teams and officiating officials: as the competition reaches a crucial moment.

The PLB said the existing arrangement that warrant the deployment of 300 police officers in addition to some 60 military officers, the availability of am ambulance and red cross personnel, among others, for Category A matches between Accra Hearts of oak and Kumasi Asante Kotoko would be maintained. 

 

A statement singed by K. Ampem-Darko, a deputy general secretary of the GFA, said Category B matches which involve either Hearts or Kotoko and any other 40 and 80 police officers at the venue, at least five personnel each from military and fire service, at least one ambulance services and at least five medical staff.

 

Category C matches involving Premier League clubs other that Hearts and Kotoko, the statement said, must have between 15 and 40 officers on duty, between five and 10 personnel each from the armed forces and the fire service, at least five medical personnel, between five and 10 red cross personnel, 10 personnel from St. John’s Ambulance services and at least one ambulance at the venue.

 

It noted, however that under special situations the figures may be varied to suit the situation, and called on the relevant officers to ensure effective implementation of the decisions.





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