Wednesday, May 12

Hearts of Oak orderd to play behind closed doors

The Ghana football Association has orderd Accra Hearts of Oak to play their home games behind closed doors until further notice.

The Club according to the Ghana FA violated the COVID-19 restrictions by allowing more than 25% entry during their derby clash against Great Olympics, a game they lost 2-0 to their rivals.

Fans were allowed entry into the stadium which saw the arena almost filled to capacity.

As a result the FA have ordered the Club to play its subsequent matches behind closed doors.

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