The Ghana Football Association has confirmed it called in police after being linked to match-fixing in a British media undercover sting, while the organisation’s president has denied the allegations. According to reports, two top officials in Ghanaian football were involved in meetings to fix matches involving Ghana. The meetings were secretly filmed as part of a documentary on match fixing. In a swift move to exonerate itself, the federation releases a statement denying any knowledge of the meeting. The statement also mentioned that the officials would be thoroughly investigated. stating “It has now emerged, following approaches to the GFA from two media houses in England, that Messrs Christopher Anton Forsythe and Obed Nketiah were covertly filmed by a media institution for a documentary on match fixing”.
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