President of West Africa football union zone B Kwesi Nyantakyi has allayed fears regarding the use of the Cape Coast stadium pitch for this year’s WAFU tournament.
Sixteen West African countries are battling it out for the ultimate at the 2017 WAFU championships.
Eight preliminary games will be played at the venue which many pundits believe it will put pressure on the playing surface.
The knockout stage will see other games being played at the Ndoum stadium in Elmina .
But Mr. Nyantakyi insists the pitch at the Cape Coast stadium will be maintained on Periodic bases to ensure it’s in a good condition.
“Arrangements have been made to maintain the pitch”.
“Green grass technology has been contracted so on very periodic bases,even within the day,there will be some works on the pitch to ensure that its in a good condition”he told Starr Sports.