The Ghana Black Stars are scheduled to play the first leg of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against their Malawian counterparts at the Accra Sports Stadium tomorrow, Saturday September 8, at 3:30 p.m.

Sportfive, the broadcast rights holders for the match, yesterday, released the list of TV Stations that have paid the fee and had the right to record and broadcast this match as GTV and Malawi TV only.

Reks Brobby, Sportfive?s representative in Ghana stated that as was the practice with every CAF & FIFA sanctioned match, no other video camera would be allowed into the Stadium except video cameras from GTV and Malawi TV which would be clearly labelled so all the TV stations following the Black Stars would be stopped for this match.

There would be a heavy Police Task Force to make sure no TV station sneaks video cameras into the stadium. If any TV station was found with one, the video camera would be confiscated until the match ends.

Mr. Brobby went on to say that Sportfive would be working with the match commissioner, GFA and the National Sports Authority to ensure there is no foul play.

He noted that any other TV station interested in obtaining the rights to this match and other CAF & FIFA sanctioned matches, should contact Sportfive.

Sportfive is an international sports rights marketing agency with a global network of locations and affiliated companies.

Through its extensive network of media and marketing teams, Sportfive marketed media rights to media platforms and marketing and sponsorship opportunities to major brands across the world.

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