Karela United Football Club has today conducted Coronavirus testing for its players in preparation for the upcoming football season.
The Anyinase-based club has had to stay away from football just like all other teams in the country for the past 6 months as a result of a ban on the sport place by the government.
Following the lifting of the ban by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has scheduled the 2020/2021 football season to start in November.
In a bid to start training this week, Karela United is having all of its players plus coaching staff undergo testing for the Coronavirus disease today.
Once the club knows the status of its playing body and officials, a training plan will be started on Wednesday for the team to begin preparations for the next football season.
The cost of testing for the team has been absorbed by the government as a way of helping clubs in the country in the midst of the pandemic.