Match-fixing, age fraud, tax invasion and among others seen as malpractice in football -Ghana per reports have had their taste of it following allegations levelled against them by Morocco concerning age fraud.
Won the just concluded 2022 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup held in India at the expense of Ghana on penalty shoot-outs -Morocco afterwards made a protest against the age of two Ghanaian players – Nancy Amoh and Rasheeda Shahadu. Their belief was the aforementioned names’ age were falsified prior to the tournament -precisely over the age of 17.
This allegation then led to the Confederation of African Football (CAF) imposing a ban on the Black Maidens from participating in the next two editions of the U-17 Women’s World Cup African qualifiers alongside a whopping fined of 100,000 dollars ($100k).
With that being said, CAF is understood to have given Ghana Football Association (GFA) to respond to the allegations at hand in writing but report claims the board are yet to respond to that.
On the contrary -the Black Maidens are thought to have accused the Moroccans of spraying their dressing rooms and corridors with chemicals on the finals after the first half.