First Amendment to the Ghana Football Association FA Cup Regulations


PREAMBLE
In the exercise of the powers conferred on the Congress of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) as the Supreme and Legislative organ of the Ghana Football Association by Article 23 of the Statutes of the Ghana Football Association, these First Amendments of the FA Cup Regulations of the Ghana Football Association (hereinafter called “the First Amendment”) is hereby made.

THE GFA FA CUP REGULATIONS HAS BEEN AMENDED AS FOLLOWS:

Article 10(a) of the GFA FA Cup Regulations is amended by deletion and is replaced with a new Article 10(a) as follows:

ARTICLE 10(a)
The duration of each match shall be 90 minutes except matches from the Quarter Final to the Final match where an extra 30 minutes shall be played when the match is drawn after 90 minutes. The extra 30 minutes shall be played (15 minutes shall be played in each half). When the match is drawn after extra time, the winner shall be determined by the taking of kicks from the penalty mark in accordance with the procedure adopted by the International Football Association Board. The Referee shall allow for time wasted or lost through accident or other cause. The Referee is the sole judge of allowance of time whether lost through accident or other cause and his decision on this matter is not subject to appeal.

(These First Amendments became effective on November 9, 2015)

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