Accra The Club Licensing Board of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) acting in its capacity as the first instant body of the Club Licensing process has revoked the Licenses of Berekum Chelsea and Elmina Sharks FC.
The two clubs have been barred from using their match venues, the Golden City Park and the Ndoum Sports Stadium.
According to the Board, the action was part of the mid-season spot-check inspection and review, the Club Licensing Department led by Manager Julius Ben Emunah, conducted after matchday 17 of the Ghana Premier League (GPL).
The Board has, however, warned Dreams FC, Eleven Wonders, King Faisal and Bechem United over the use of Theatre of Dreams, Dawu, Ohene Ameyaw Park, Techiman, and Bechem Park respectively, having failed to meet some basic requirements.
The Board said the various defects and recommendations have been identified and notified the clubs individually.
According to the Board the Club Licensing Department shall continue the spot check inspection from matchday 18 of the GPL.
The action takes the number of revoked licenses to three after the earlier revocation of the Carl Reindorf Park during the first phase of the spot check inspection.
The Board has so far revoked licenses of three clubs after the earlier revocation of the Carl Reindorf Park during the first phase of the spot check inspection.
Source: Ghana News Agency