The move is aimed at ensuring effective independent monitoring of the league as well as enhancing the performance of match officials
The move is aimed at ensuring effective independent monitoring of the league as well as enhancing the performance of match officials.
The GFA president Kwesi Nyantakyi presented the equipment to the chairman of the PLB Abra-Appiah.
With the addition of eight new video cameras, the PLB now has 16 video cameras, meaning it will now deploy two video cameras to each league centre on match days.
The communication gadgets will be used by all four match officials on match days to communicate effectively.
Mr. Abra-Appiah said the equipment will significantly improve the standard of the domestic top flight.
“The addition of eight cameras to what we already have only means that we will improve on our independent coverage of all matches, which will also enhance the work of the Match Review Panel,” said Abra-Appiah.
“These cameras will also help us to store archival materials for the clubs and for the FA. We are also delighted by the communication equipment for the referees and it is our expectation that it will help improve on their performance.”
Mr. Nyantakyi reiterated the FA’s commitment to providing all the necessary support to the PLB to further raise the standard of the league.