Legon Cities become first Ghanaian club to tests their players for coronavirus
Legon Cities are the first club in the Ghana Premier League to conduct the Coronavirus test on their players.
The club’s board member Mr. Fred Agbenyor revealed that the club paid $80.00 per test for all their registered players to make sure they all in good health.
Mr. Fred Agbenyor revealed that all the test results came out negative.
The Ghana Premier League have been suspended for some months due to the pandemic, and there are rumors that the season will be cancelled and a new season will begin later this year.