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Albert Adu Ankrah, the Estate Manager for the Tamale Stadium says his unit is working on the Tamale football pitch in readiness for the Ghana-Uganda World Cup qualifier.

He bemoaned the one-month late notice given him to prepare the pitch for the match but reveled 90% of the work has been executed.

Mr. Ankrah noted that fertilizers have been fed the grass on the pitch adding although the pitch looks brown currently, on match day, the chemicals would have settled in to give it a green shade.

The Cranes of Uganda are expected to land in Tamale on Thursday for the match on Friday.

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