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Hearts of Oak face Premier League ban

Sun 31 January 2021 | 17:46

Hearts of Oak has been banned from playing in their fans’ presence.

After

Hearts of Oak’s

defeat against Great Olympics they have heard some other bad news now. Ghana Football association has accused the club of breaking the coronavirus prevention rules.

"Below are the decisions taken by the GFA on Accra Hearts of Oak: The GFA condemns, without any reservations, the violations of the GFA Matchday Protocols that took place at the Accra Sports Stadium, despite the plans put in place,"

part of Sunday's GFA statement announced on their official website reads

.

"That Accra Hearts of Oak SC, the home club, is immediately referred to the Disciplinary Committee concerning the breaches of the provisions of the approved GFA Matchday Protocols. The Disciplinary Committee has been tasked to sit on this matter expeditiously.

"That until the case is fully determined, Accra Hearts of Oak SC shall play their Home matches behind Closed Doors at the Accra Sports Stadium.

"That in playing behind Closed Doors at the Accra Sports Stadium, only Ten (10) Management Members of Accra Hearts of Oak SC will be allowed at the stadium and Ten (10) Management Members for Away clubs. Only Ten (10) media persons shall be allowed (to be accredited by the GFA).

"Thirty persons shall sit at the upper VIPP and hence no other stand shall have any persons in attendance.

"That further actions may be taken should there be any further violations of the GFA Matchday Protocols. That all other clubs are to take note and comply strictly with the GFA Matchday Protocols."

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