Hearts of Oak handed three-game stadium ban
In April 3, at the Accra Stadium, Wa All-Star was lost in the Ghana Super League.
A total fine of GH 12,000 was imposed by the disciplinary committee of the Ghana Football Association in Accra
The headquarters team will also be behind closed doors for the next three home games.
\"The board found that within 20 minutes of the start of the game, supporters of the heart of oak in Accra threw water bottles and other items at the field and assistant referees, and the disciplinary board\'s ruling was the case.
\"Half the time the race officer went to the locker room, supporters of the heart of the oak threw water bottles and other items at the race officer, and in the second half, whenever the News of the oak was heard, supporters of the heart of oak throw water bottles and other items at the two assistant referees and the field.
\"After the final whistle sounded, supporters of the heart of oak threw water bottles, stones and other items at the race officials and security guards who accompanied them into the locker room.
\"So Phobians will play their upcoming home games with Sekondi Hasaacas, free professionals and dream FC at Accra Stadium without their supporters.
In addition, Barimah Atuahene, a board member of Hearts, and Opare Larbi Addo, a spokesman for the club, were all banned for the event.
Neither of them will participate in any football match.
A 24-month event.
They were also fined for inciting supporters of the club against leading game officials.
Until the game on the radio