Hearts of Oak have suffered a fresh ban from the Ghana Football Association (GFA) that will see them playing their subsequent matches in the Premier League behind closed doors.
This has been confirmed by the Ghana FA in a letter signed by its General Secretary Prosper Harrison Addo following the team’s defeat to Great Olympics on Saturday.
According to the letter, Hearts of Oak is to play behind closed doors in the Ghana Premier League for breaching the Coronavirus protocols put in place for matchdays.
While the letter failed to make references to the particular protocols that was breached in the match against Great Olympics, it has noted that the Phobians have been summoned before the GFA Disciplinary Committee.
The letter also shares that the directive for the club to play its matches behind closed doors will be reversed only when the matter before the Disciplinary Committee has been resolved.
Check out more details of the ban in the letter below:
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