ACCRA - Police raided the Ghana Football
Association's (GFA) headquarters in Accra on Tuesday, seizing
computers and files, the national football body said.
Plain-clothed officers from Ghana's Economic and Organised
Crime Unit (EOCU) removed nine computers and took the mobile
phones of some staff, the GFA said in a statement on its website.
The GFA said that two months ago the authorities had
requested information on all sponsorship contracts signed by the
association. It said it had sought extra time to gather the
documents but had not received a response.
Ghana's national squad, the Black Stars, were the only
Africans to progress beyond the group stage at the 2010 World
Cup in South Africa. The team lost on penalties to Uruguay in
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