Pictures: Accra Sports Stadium 90% ready to host Super Clash between Hearts & Kotoko

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The biggest football game in the Premier League is scheduled for Sunday at the Accra Sports Stadium and works have been ongoing

Ghana Premier League’s biggest fixture is finally scheduled to take place between Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko on Sunday at the Accra Sports Stadium.

The watering and maintaining of the pitch

The game was initially scheduled to take place in November last year but it was rescheduled due to Hearts’ participation in Caf Confederation Cup playoffs. The Phobians had to spend almost a week in Algeria due to flight arrangements after playing JS Saoura.

As a result, National Sports Authority has been working on and off the field to get the venue in good shape in order to serve a good game to fans and neutrals who will be watching the game live from the stadium or on television wherever they find themselves.

NSA boss Peter Twumasi inspecting the pitch

On Wednesday, February 16, 2022, National Sports Authority boss Peter Twumasi joined the Estates and Safety Departments of the National Sports Authority to inspect preparatory works at Accra Sports Stadium prior to league match and he was impressed with the work done so far.

The pitch is gradually becoming green

Hearts trail Asante Kotoko twelve points after 16 games and are in a dire need of a win to reduce the gap and hope to catch up in the second round of the season.

NSA boss and Estate manager of Accra Sports Stadium

Ghana Football Association has named young and enterprising referee Rustum Gameli Senorgbe to handle the make or break Ghana Premier League game between Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko scheduled to take place at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday.

Aside refereeing, Senorgbe is a well-known radio presenter and marketing officer in Volta regional capital Ho, as he works with Volta Premier FM.

Senorgbe, who has been officiating since 2009, became a class one referee in 2014 and was enrolled to officiate Ghana Division One League that same year.

Four years later, he was promoted to officiate Ghana Premier League games and has since been an active member; rising through the ranks to now become one of the most trusted officials around.

Senorgbe completed Wesley Grammar Senior High School in Dansoman before enrolling at Ho Technical University for HND Marketing.

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