Banned Ghana team Black Starlets is no more in the Under-17 Championship in Niger from next year’s for handling an unqualified player against Cameroon.
The Ghana Football Association has given a receipt of the CAF’s decision, but has served notice it will call the ruling.
Cameroon has lodged a complaint against seven Black Starlets on 13th September, 2014, after the 1st leg match of the 3rd round of the U-17 Championship qualifiers which Ghana won 2-1.
Against the seven players, Medical Committee of the CAF has made confrontational findings against two players.
On 1st October, The region’s football governing body successively requested a retest of the two players using the F-Marc method for age determination which was done in Ghana, in the existence of a Medical Committee member of CAF.
According to the Ghana Football Association, it received a correspondence from CAF Saturday “asking for examine the MRI report from a Medical Centre in Ghana denies the analysis of two CAF medical experts on the fitness of one of the players.
“On the other hand, MRI tests were carried out by the Radiologist Consultant and rescanning confirmed that the said player was within the age limit.”
The Football Association states that the Ghana Football Association is unhappy with the decision of the CAF U-17 Forming Committee and has accordingly filed a plea with the CAF Appeals Committee.”
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