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7 Officials Suspended In Ghana

Seven match authorities in Ghana have been gotten suspensions after more questionable refereeing shows in the West African country.

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As indicated by Ghana Soccernet, the Match Review Panel of the Ghana Football Association declared disciplines for five refs and two arbitrator partners this week.

Among them is arbitrator Awurisa Andrews, who managed a new game between Gt. Olympics and Dreams FC in Ghana, in which he settled on a questionable handball decision in the 33rd moment of the conflict.

Later in the match, he missed what the Match Review Panel viewed as a foolish test, with the authority currently suspended for the following four match-days.

Forgiving Kwame Nkuah, in the interim, has been compelled to serve a six-match suspension after his off-base calls were decreed to have changed the result of a new game between Real Tamale United and Real Tamale United.

The most extreme discipline was given to Musah Mubarik Paradavoa, who has been restricted for eight matches, after he was accepted to refuse a completely lawful objective in the 89th moment of a conflict between King Faisal and Medeama.

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The Match Review Panel found that there was no encroachment like the ref had guaranteed, prompting him being hit with a particularly serious suspension.

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