Security measures put in place for league

9 years ago

The Security Committee of the Ghana Football Association insist its security plan for the Division One League will prevent violent scenes whiles ensuring public safety.

At a seminar on Tuesday involving club representatives and league organisers, the Security Committee said a comprehensive security plan for all stadia have been put in place to ensure safety at the grounds for this year's DOL competition.

Nicholas Owusu (Lt. Gen. Rtd), head of the GFA's Security Committee says after a review by the security experts, the plan for the new season will help avert threats like hooliganism.

"We have full confidence in the security arrangements developed and expect that with the cooperation of the clubs, stadium personnel, league organisers and the fans, we can ensure safety at all the grounds," Nicholas Owusu (Lt. Gen. Rtd) said.

The Division One League 2012/2013 season will kick off later this month.

Forty-eight teams will be grouped into six separate zones to compete in the league nationwide league that will produce three premiership candidates.