The former Asante Kotoko coach faced the Ghana FA Ethics Committee for breaching regulations and bringing the game into disrepute
The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has announced it has “warned” veteran Ghanaian coach JE Sarpong over allegations that 60 per cent of players in the domestic leagues allegedly smoke marijuana.
In June, the former Liberty Professionals and Aduana Stars coach became the subject of controversy as his claims generated unhappy reactions from several quarters.
“The GFA Ethics Committee has warned coach JE Sarpong and coach Ntow Gyan to be of good behaviour in accordance with Section 2 Article 7(1) (a) (Disciplinary Measures) of the GFA Code of Ethics,” the GFA announced on its official website.
“In addition, they shall undertake social work to provide public education and conduct programmes on anti-doping and anti-drug abuse in sports, football and the youth in general.
“They are expected to liaise with an NGO that is engaged in…