The Executive Council (EC) of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has banned the Twumasi Sports Complex at Nsuatre in the Bono region and the Ejisu Okese Park indefinitely.
This follows incidences of fans violence resulting in assaults and injuries on players that play as guests there.
The decision was taken after reports to the GFA of assault on players and officials of Real Tamale United FC who have sustained various degrees of injuries.
The unfortunate and unacceptable incident took place after their Match day six Division One League (DOL) Zone 1 game played between Nsuatreman FC and Real Tamale United FC on Sunday, February 7, 2021 at the Twumasi Sports Complex at Nsuatre in the Bono Region.
Appalled by the behavior of the home fans, the GFA has condemned unconditionally the non-football behaviour and conduct of fans of the home team and has pledged to cooperate with the Police to bring the perpetrators of the barbaric act to book.
Also, the GFA Prosecutor will review all the reports and press charges against the club and bring the matter before the Disciplinary Committee at its next sitting on Thursday.
In a related development, Wassaman Football Club has also been banned from playing at the Ejisu Okese Park.
This was after officials and fans of Wassaman FC held the referee’s hostage following the abrupt end of their match against Star Madrid FC.
As a result, Wassaman FC has been banned indefinitely from hosting matches at Ejisu. In both cases, the Competition Department is mandated to decide where the two clubs will host their home matches until further advised, a statement from the FA said.
BY TIMES SPORTS REPORTER